Chrome Grabs 1% in One Day!

According to research conducted by us here at StatCounter, Google’s new browser, Chrome, has taken 1% of the global browser market within a day of launch.

Google’s unusual step of publicising the Chrome browser on its notoriously clutter-free homepage is an indication of the plans that Google has for this browser…

“This is a phenomenal performance,” commented Aodhan Cullen, “this is war on Microsoft but the big loser could be Firefox.”

While Google may have the Internet Explorer market share in its sights, the fact that many Firefox users are more “mobile” as far as browser use is concerned, may impact on the current Firefox market share.

Note: The StatCounter analysis was conducted today, Wednesday, 03 September 2008, and was based on a sample of 18.5 million page views globally. The analysis identified that Internet Explorer holds 70% of the global browser market followed by Firefox with 22%.

121 comments on “Chrome Grabs 1% in One Day!

  1. The way Google Chrome was introduced was excellent and that was innovative idea to explain the features in a comic way .. I loved it. As a basic user I (of course not in office) didn’t find much reasons to leave FF which is more handy. As a technical users (In Office) features like JavaSript Runtime (V8), per process for a tab, security enhancements, pop optimization, ect where excellent idea.

    But these are only missing features in FF, if they update accordingly in next version of FF then no need of Chrome ?

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