Statcounter has released its latest findings and number on the browser market. The July 2023 report shows no drastic changes, with all players remaining in their respective places. Google Chrome is the top dog, Safari is second, and Edge is third. Here are the details.
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According to Statcounter, in July 2023, Google Chrome reclaimed some of the previously lost numbers. In June 2023, the world's most popular desktop browser experienced a notable decline in its customer base, going down from 65.88% to 61.16%. However, Chrome climbed to 63.33% this month, gaining 2.17 points.
Apple Safari, the only browser available on one platform, macOS, is now at a 13.13% mark, -1.35 points compared with the previous month. Microsoft Edge is third, with its now-traditional market share slightly higher than 10%—10.75%. The next is Firefox with 5.96% (-0.08 points) and Opera with 4.51% (-0.8 points).
- Google Chrome - 63.32% (+2.17 points)
- Apple Safari - 13.13% (-1.35 points)
- Microsoft Edge - 10.75% (-0.03 points)
- Mozilla Firefox - 5.96% (-0.08 points)
- Opera - 4.51% (-0.8 points)
The mobile side of the market is even less dynamic. Google Chrome and Safari hold almost 90% of all users, while Samsung Internet, Opera, UC Browser, and other alternatives share the rest. Microsoft Edge is nowhere near its primary competitors, with a puny 0.19% (+0.02 points) market share.
- Google Chrome - 64.81% (-0.01 points)
- Apple Safari - 24.76% (-0.07 points)
- Samsung Internet - 4.3% (unchanged)
- Opera - 1.95% (+0.19 points)
- UC Browser - 1.79% (-0.03 points)