IE falls under 50 percent total traffic market share

IE falls under 50 percent total traffic market share
According to new data from netmarketshare.com, Internet Explorer has fallen under 50 percent in total market share, mainly thanks to Safari's 62.17 percent share in mobile traffic.

Safari, the default browser for iOS devices like the iPhone, has helped IE fall to 49.6 percent share.

For the month ended October 31st, Firefox remained in second at 21.20 percent of traffic with Chrome in 3rd at 16.60 percent.

Safari came in fourth at 8.72 percent and along with Chrome, saw significant increases at the expense of the leaders.

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Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 3 Nov 2011 12:16
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  • 8 comments
  • LordRuss

    This means absolute bupkis when the bulk of Apple users are primarily geared towards 'not' changing out their browser on their iphud. Either because they didn't know they could or because the processes isn't as simple as on an android device. I mean kudos for the propaganda & when the elitist's go before their cattle... sorry their money bags... sorry again, their clients to assure them that they should put all they have into canned food & shot guns, (shit!) I mean into Apple stocks, these numbers/statistics will have them sporting a blue steeled chub that a puma couldn't scratch, but that really is all these numbers are; just figures. As our distinguished readers know, statistics can be written down to literally say Anything.

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    3.11.2011 12:40 #1

  • Hopium

    from one proprietary browser to another, where is apple class action suit to require them to enable all browsers on their OS. as weird is it sounds its unfair to M$ to require them to give you options on the default browser, yet apple is allowed to lock all other browsers out. double standards. opera ftw anyways. firefox when opera isn't displaying a page right(rare).

    3.11.2011 13:04 #2

  • SProdigy

    Eh, not true. I use mobile Opera on my iPhone

    3.11.2011 17:13 #3

  • Hopium

    Originally posted by SProdigy: Eh, not true. I use mobile Opera on my iPhone
    only cause apple approved it.

    3.11.2011 19:16 #4

  • i1der

    i call BS... Android are the most used phone in the planet and iOS devices have 62% of the web Usage?

    3.11.2011 22:47 #5

  • SProdigy

    Originally posted by Hopium: Originally posted by SProdigy: Eh, not true. I use mobile Opera on my iPhone
    only cause apple approved it.
    Still by my choice ;-)

    4.11.2011 17:06 #6

  • SProdigy

    Originally posted by Hopium: from one proprietary browser to another, where is apple class action suit to require them to enable all browsers on their OS. as weird is it sounds its unfair to M$ to require them to give you options on the default browser, yet apple is allowed to lock all other browsers out. double standards. opera ftw anyways. firefox when opera isn't displaying a page right(rare). I agree. Neither Windows or OSX "lock" browsers out, but MS was forced to notify you of options other than IE, while Apple does not. I was one of those Netscape users lost in the shuffle, forced to use IE for a couple years and along came Firefox, and I haven't looked back. Chrome's not bad either.

    4.11.2011 17:09 #7

  • WierdName

    Well this does NOT sound right... IE is up around 50%?! I know there's a lot of clueless people on the internets but near 50%?! I just don't believe this is credible.

    Doesnt expecting the unexpected make the unexpected expected and therefore mean youre expecting the expected which was the unexpected until you expected it?
    "Opinions are immunities to being told were wrong." - Relient K

    4.11.2011 18:10 #8

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