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    Web Browser Trends

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    I try separating desktop from mobile (cell, tablet).
    On desktop, it shows Chrome is the win and still rises fast, the rest falls. IE falls fastest. Firefox slowly.
    On mobile devices (including tablet), Android loses slightly. Chrome rises like a cliff! But Android is Chrome in essence.(Maybe the chart people use the name 'Android' to separately identify cell phone users).
    So Chrome wins hands down anyway which way you look at it.
    Apple products lose slightly over time, reflecting market share.
    One interesting trend is the rise of 'UC Browser'.
    I tried UC Browser before but it kept on crashing on my Android tablet. Maybe I should try it again.

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