Firefox browser popularity drops to rock bottom




Mozilla’s Firefox browser continues to lose both on the desktop and on mobile market. The browser will now remain, according to figures from Net Applications, in June stabbing a market share of 12.9 percent, the lowest ever. Meanwhile, Google’s Chrome is becoming increasingly popular.

In August 2013 it was global market share of Firefox is 16.2 percent, but month after month decreased the popularity of Mozilla’s browser. In June, the market share stood at 12.9 percent. This note Firefox according to Net Applications bottom. A similar trend is observed in the visitors

Apple’s Safari browser also saw its market share decline in June and came out in June on a measured market share of 12.3 percent. Opera has a market share of about 2 percent a marginal player.

Chrome, which like Firefox is also available in a mobile version remains the only browser steadily gain market share and note 18.9 percent market share. Market leader is still Microsoft’s Internet Explorer: this browser is good for a market share of 48.4 percent.

The reduced share of Mozilla Firefox can cause problems go. The company owes much of its income from an agreement with Google. However, this deal runs out in November, and with the reduced popularity of Mozilla Firefox has a more difficult position in the negotiations with the search giant.


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