Chrome Latest Stats – Global/US/UK

Hi folks,

As many of you requested, here are updated browser usage stats. We’ve broken the stats down into Global, US and UK figures. These stats are based on a total sample for the period of over 450 million page views globally. All daily stats are based on the relevant GMT 24 hour periods.

Global Stats – Browser Usage
IE Firefox Safari Chrome Other
Sep 01 66.92% 25.26% 2.99% n/a 4.84%
change
Sep 02* 67.58% 24.36% 2.91% n/a 5.06%
change 0.66% (0.90%) (0.08%) n/a 0.22%
Sep 03 67.81% 23.54% 2.70% 1.11% 4.87%
change 0.23% (0.82%) (0.21%) 1.11% (0.19%)
Sep 04 68.59% 23.20% 2.56% 1.16% 4.51%
change 0.78% (0.34%) (0.14%) 0.05% (0.36%)
Sep 05 68.44% 23.22% 2.56% 1.12% 4.66%
change (0.15%) 0.02% 0.00% (0.04%) 0.15%
Sep 06 65.46% 25.43% 2.81% 1.16% 5.14%
change (2.98%) 2.21% 0.25% 0.04% 0.48%
Sep 07 63.15% 26.69% 3.02% 1.18% 5.96%
change (2.31%) 1.26% 0.21% 0.02% 0.82%
Sep 08 65.89% 24.46% 2.69% 1.10% 5.86%
change 2.74% (2.23%) (0.33%) (0.08%) (0.10%)
Sep 09 66.27% 24.17% 2.66% 1.07% 5.83%
change 0.38% (0.29%) (0.03%) (0.03%) (0.03%)
Sep 10 66.28% 24.31% 2.62% 1.05% 5.75%
change 0.01% 0.14% (0.04%) (0.02%) (0.08%)
Sep 11 66.67% 23.95% 2.59% 1.02% 5.77%
change 0.39% (0.36%) (0.03%) (0.03%) 0.02%
Total Change (0.25%) (1.31%) (0.40%) 1.02% 0.93%

*The Chrome browser was launched late in the day GMT time on Sept 2nd so the first full day of tracking for Chrome is Sept 3rd.

Other – this includes numerous browsers including Konqueror, Opera, Playstation, Blackberry, Iphone, Seamonkey etc.

US Stats – Browser Usage
IE Firefox Safari Chrome Other
Sep 01 61.88% 28.02% 5.77% N/A 4.32%
change
Sep 02* 64.92% 25.81% 5.31% N/A 3.86%
change 3.04% (2.21%) (0.46%) n/a (0.46%)
Sep 03 64.84% 24.94% 5.31% 0.98% 3.90%
change (0.08%) (0.87%) 0.00% 0.98% 0.04%
Sep 04 66.48% 23.92% 4.88% 1.13% 3.57%
change 1.64% (1.02%) (0.43%) 0.15% (0.33%)
Sep 05 65.85% 24.44% 5.07% 1.08% 3.55%
change (0.63%) 0.52% 0.19% (0.05%) (0.02%)
Sep 06 62.74% 26.51% 5.66% 1.05% 4.05%
change (3.11%) 2.07% 0.59% (0.03%) 0.50%
Sep 07 60.64% 28.00% 6.26% 1.07% 4.04%
change (2.10%) 1.49% 0.60% 0.02% (0.01%)
Sep 08 63.17% 26.42% 5.57% 1.02% 3.84%
change 2.53% (1.58%) (0.69%) (0.05%) (0.20%)
Sep 09 64.46% 25.49% 5.33% 0.99% 3.73%
change 1.29% (0.93%) (0.24%) (0.03%) (0.11%)
Sep 10 63.94% 25.99% 5.29% 1.03% 3.74%
change (0.52%) 0.50% (0.04%) 0.04% 0.01%
Sep 11 66.32% 24.07% 4.99% 0.96% 3.65%
change 2.38% (1.92%) (0.30%) (0.07%) (0.09%)
Total Change 4.44% (3.95%) (0.78%) 0.96% (0.67%)

*The Chrome browser was launched late in the day GMT time on Sept 2nd so the first full day of tracking for Chrome is Sept 3rd.

Other – this includes numerous browsers including Konqueror, Opera, Playstation, Blackberry, Iphone, Seamonkey etc.

UK Stats – Browser Usage
IE Firefox Safari Chrome Other
Sep 01 68.33% 22.77% 4.09% N/A 4.80%
change
Sep 02* 67.95% 23.13% 3.96% N/A 4.79%
change (0.38%) 0.36% (0.13%) n/a (0.01%)
Sep 03 70.02% 21.34% 3.26% 1.12% 4.26%
change 2.07% (1.79%) (0.70%) 1.12% (0.53%)
Sep 04 69.22% 21.91% 3.31% 1.27% 4.28%
change (0.80%) 0.57% 0.05% 0.15% 0.02%
Sep 05 69.33% 21.81% 3.18% 1.10% 4.59%
change 0.11% (0.10%) (0.13%) (0.17%) 0.31%
Sep 06 67.73% 22.91% 3.41% 1.15% 4.79%
change (1.60%) 1.10% 0.23% 0.05% 0.20%
Sep 07 67.83% 23.11% 3.31% 1.16% 4.59%
change 0.10% 0.20% (0.10%) 0.01% (0.20%)
Sep 08 69.04% 22.20% 3.32% 0.99% 4.44%
change 1.21% (0.91%) 0.01% (0.17%) (0.15%)
Sep 09 69.34% 21.83% 3.23% 0.89% 4.71%
change 0.30% (0.37%) (0.09%) (0.10%) 0.27%
Sep 10 69.14% 21.92% 3.19% 1.02% 4.73%
change (0.20%) 0.09% (0.04%) 0.13% 0.02%
Sep 11 68.71% 22.41% 3.16% 1.01% 4.73%
change (0.43%) 0.49% (0.03%) (0.01%) 0.00%
Total Change 0.38% (0.36%) (0.93%) 1.01% (0.07%)

*The Chrome browser was launched late in the day GMT time on Sept 2nd so the first full day of tracking for Chrome is Sept 3rd.

Other – this includes numerous browsers including Konqueror, Opera, Playstation, Blackberry, Iphone, Seamonkey etc.

106 comments on “Chrome Latest Stats – Global/US/UK

  1. I agree with you Far East, I gave it a go but back to Firefox in under 30mins. 🙂 Cant do SEO marketing without some good SEO browser tools.

  2. I prefer firefox due to its stability , speed. I.E is just too slow, surprising to see it still has nearly 60% of the market share. It could be due to the fact that windows has larger user base.

  3. As I thought, majority will choose Chrome maybe due to its light weight in size. But I am still using Firefox because I really rely on Firefox plug in. For sure, I will switch to Chrome if there are plug in available for Chrome. But until now, Chrome still don’t have any plug in and I can’t use Google toolbar in Chrome even it produced by Google 🙁

  4. Seems like Chrome has put up some stiff competition for FireFox, even though it is a fraction of FF’s downloads. Chrome is the only browser that seems to have risen globally. Probably a sign of the slow but steady growth of it’s acceptance among users.

  5. I’ve curious question, is it possible to see stats in the future for Opera Browser too? Just want to know where it’s located within this war.

  6. Good stats, thanks. Personally, I use Opera and i’m a bit surprised it’s not listed here. Used to have lots of problems with IE but still have to use it sometimes because of google toolbar.

  7. Hi,

    Thanks for sharing these stats – any chance, on Oct 1, of publishing the Chrome stats for all of Sept?

    I’ve been a very, very happy Chrome user and am curious to see what your stats report on its growth over the past month.

    Cheers and many thanks

    Alex.

  8. I downloaded Chrome about 10 days ago. I have tried IE, Safari, Opera and Mozilla. I wanted to try Chrome out. I still have it, it is developing into my favorite browser after the initial set up time – favorite sites, etc. I am going to stick with this browser- it seems faster, brings up your favourites quicker, easier and gives you more screen real estate. Till now I have had no pbs with pop_ups etc . Still a beta, but so is Gmail after approx 3 years.

    Google has got it right again.

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