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Archive for 2010-07-01

Internet Explorer Gains .57% Globally in June

In May, Internet Explorer reversed its trend in the U.S. and gained usage share.  In June, the trend reversal has become global.  Internet Explorer gained .57% in June across all operating systems with Internet Explorer 8.0 gaining .86% (revised from .66% - see recent changes) globally.  The gains come primarily at the expense of Firefox (-.51%).  Chrome's pace of usage share gains slowed to +.2% for June.

The gains for IE were the largest in Europe and Asia:
Internet Explorer in Europe: +.88%
Internet Explorer in Asia: +.81%

This increase may be the result of a marketing campaign.  In early June, Microsoft launched their "Confidence" campaign aimed at showing the security features of Internet Explorer 8.

iOS vs. Android in Browser Usage

Browser usage share on the iOS platform vs. Android.