Category: Google Chrome
And the drama continues…
Back in March, Google has published a “Chrome Everywhere” video, which, as you might have guessed from the title, celebrates the availability of Google’s Chrome web browser on a pretty much every platform and form factor.
Well, it looks like Microsoft has a different idea and this is what it looks like:
In today’s Google’s I/O event, the search giant has revealed that their user base has increased to over 750 million users, up from 450 million since last year.
The keynote itself is not yet over, head over to the following page for a live stream URL.
April, 2013 Mobile Market Share: Android Browser, Opera Mini, Google Chrome – Up; Safari, Internet Explorer – Down
As always, we start with Apple’s Safari, which is yet to be challenged by any other web browser. This time its market share has decreased by 2.37 points, from 61.79% to 59.42%.
April, 2013 Desktop Market Share: Firefox, Safari – Up; Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Opera – Down
It’s that time of the month again as we gather data from the NetApplications to get a clearer picture of the ongoing browser wars. What has changed since last time? Let’s find out.
Windows and Mac only.
In case you are one of those rare individuals who does not use Microsoft Office, then Google has got you covered.
Thanks to a newly released “Chrome Office Viewer” extension, you can now view Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files in your web browser, no Office required.
Sounds good? Give it a go.
But nothing to brag about.
Now here is a shocker for you: according to the recent report by Forrester, when it comes to enterprise, Internet Explorer still remains the number one web browser that IT workers choose.
How credible is it? Well, the survey itself is based on 7,295 IT workers, so the sample size is pretty decent. However, it’s not all rainbows and sunshine for once dominant IE, which holds 40.2% of the market share. Turns out, Google’s own web browser is sitting right on its toes with 27.8% share, followed by Firefox’s 25.4% and Apple’s Safari (1.8%).
After the recent update for PCs, Google has also published a new build of iPhones, iPads and Android handhelds.
So what can you expect from this release? Starting off with tablets, you can now access your tab history by holding back button and in case this isn’t exactly your cup of tea, there is another improvement: a full screen mode, which will be triggered when you scroll down.