Safari is about to overtake Internet Explorer in Europe
Leader of the browser market, Google Chrome continues its rise, which today counts more than a third of visits in Europe. But Safari is getting closer.
Among its challengers is Safari, the browser that we all now know as the fastest and most powerful that exists, for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Mac, which has played its cards well over the last few months, conquering the 3rd place, surpassing Mozilla Firefox, and is now also about to surpass Internet Explorer, grabbing the 2nd place in Europe.
Since July 2014, Safari has hit 3rd place, outperforming Mozilla Firefox with a lead of the 19.8% in Europe, in October 2014, and behind Internet Explorer of only it 0.1%.
In Europe, one in 3 people visit websites from Google Chrome though.
With a gain of over 5 percentage points in a year, Google Chrome widens the gap with a share of 33.9%, in other words, 14 points more than browser number 2, or Internet Explorer.
In short, Safari is coming! Windows loses many customers, and in fact Internet Explorer is suffering a lot, but Chrome is hard to beat and therefore overcome.