Monday, March 24, 2008

iPhone browser’s usage increased by 64%

According to StatCounter, usage of Safari on the iPhone has increased by 64 percent between December and March.

The iPhone browser’s share of the global Internet browser market more than doubled in the same period, from 0.03 percent to 0.08 percent.


From December to March, Safari market share in the U.S. jumped from 0.14% to 0.23%. StatCounter said that iPhone is lead mobile browser in the United States, while Nokia leads in the global market with 0.25%.

StatCounter founder and CEO Aodhan Cullen said, “The key message is that iPhone is more than living up to its claims of being a user friendly Internet browser, unlike many other cell phones,”

Thanks: PCWorld

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