Google Chrome’s Growth Slows In July According to Browser Share Data

A research firm by the name of Net Applications released their report on browser share and it looks like the adoption of Google Chrome has slowed down a bit for the month of July. As shown in Net Applications data, Chrome’s market share has grown since June but at a smaller rate of .34% when compared to the .59% gain Chrome saw between May and June. When it comes to raw market share Internet Explorer and Firefox are still top dogs coming in at 53% and 21% respectively. In third place you have Chrome with 13%, Safari at 8% and Opera coming in last place with 2%.

[Via NetMarketShare]



  • User

    I think Google Chrome will eventually give Firefox a run for their money. Right now, I still prefer Firefox more so than any other browser, but Chrome is certainly 2nd. I can’t believe that IE still ranks so high. I don’t like it at all – too slow & no good add-ons.