More precisely, it managed to pass that “magic number” for 62,329 users and confirm how strong it is in the market. That’s a 19.16 percent share, and it’s just a clear indication of how big of a user base Apple has in every sense. As an ecosystem in itself, it has truly succeeded and is recording excellent business results on every “front”.
As for the rest of the company, GlobalStats states that in third place is Microsoft’s Edge with 212.69 million users or a 4.1 percent share, followed by the faltering Mozilla Firefox with 179.08 million users or a 3.66 percent share and, somewhat surprisingly, Samsung Internet with 149.67 million or 2.81 percent share. In sixth place is constant Opera with 108.71 million users or a 2.36 percent share.
It can be easily concluded that mobile devices are also included in the figures, which gives dominance to Google and Apple, and places Samsung in a high position. This is exactly why Edge and Firefox look so much weaker. Of course, when the mobile aspect is excluded, Safari is at 9.63 percent share, Edge at 9.33 percent, Firefox at 7.87 percent and Opera at 2.89 percent.
It is possible to separate only the mobile part, then Chrome is at 63.57 percent, Safari at 25.61 percent, Samsung Internet at 5.17 percent, Opera at 2.02 percent, UC at 1.72 percent and Firefox at 0. 49 percent. So, Edge failed in this company, which is not very encouraging because it means that Microsoft failed to market its Internet browser in the mobile environment, which only means that there remains a huge potential in this sense. If you really want to look at the whole story in a positive way.
It is clear in everything that it will be difficult for anyone to “knock” Chrome off its throne in the foreseeable future.