Browser Trends August 2016: How Do Chrome’s Rivals Stack Up?

In July we discussed the positive — but mostly negative — effects of a Chrome monoculture. Did web users take notice and try another application? The latest StatCounter browser statistics prove otherwise…
Worldwide Desktop & Tablet Browser Statistics, June to July 2016
The following table shows browser usage movements during the past month.
Browser
June
July
change
relative
Chrome
57.99%
58.40%
+0.41%
+0.70%
Firefox
14.14%
13.96%
-0.18%
-1.30%
IE11
8.18%
7.38%
-0.80%
-9.80%
oldIE
2.59%
2.38%
-0.21%
-8.10%
Edge
2.55%
2.79%
+0.24%
+9.40%
Safari
4.28%
4.15%
-0.13%
-3.00%
iPad Safari
5.33%
5.60%
+0.27%
+5.10%
Opera
1.68%
1.75%
+0.07%
+4.20%
Others
3.26%
3.59%
+0.33%
+10.10%
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via Reme Le Hane

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