The latest global browser market share out Of Chrome list domestic UC ranking

Recently, the foreign statistics company Statcounter published the global browser market share survey data. Globally, Google Chrome doubles from the mobile and desktop sides, ranking first, well ahead of other brands.

The latest global browser market share out Of Chrome list domestic UC ranking

Global desktop browser market share

The latest global browser market share out Of Chrome list domestic UC ranking

Global mobile browser market share

According to the chart, Google Chrome came in first place with 69.89 percent of the global desktop browser market share, followed by Firefox, Safari, IE and Edge. But In mobile browser market share statistics, Samsung and the domestic brand UC browser out of the blue, only Chrome and Safari in third and fourth place.

The latest global browser market share out Of Chrome list domestic UC ranking

China Desktop Browser Market Share

The latest global browser market share out Of Chrome list domestic UC ranking

China Mobile Browser Market Share

And if the statistical scope is limited to the domestic, you can see more domestic brands on the list. The domestic desktop and mobile first throne is still firmly in chrome’s grasp. But like the desktop side, you can see QQ browser ranked second, Sogou browser ranked fourth, are more commonly used in the domestic browser brand. Mobile UC browsers still give power, with 15.34 percent ahead of Apple’s Safari, in second place. QQ browser only ranked fourth, the market share of only 9.92%.

In general, Chrome itself is a very good browser, and such a high market share is no excuse. Uc browser is a good performance, both domestic and foreign have achieved a very good market share.

In addition, based on this report, we can also understand the market share of hardware. Like the global market, the proportion of mobile Samsung browsers and domestic comparisons, a true reflection of Samsung mobile phone sales in the world is booming but not satisfied at home. Apple’s Safari desktop data seems to show that Apple’s PC business has the same dilemma, or that while its computers are good enough, the native MacOS system is still not acceptable to most users, causing its Safari desktop-side share to fall into the Other.