Net Applications data show trends in users changing browsers
Are you a faithful Firefox or Google Chrome user? It appears a good portion of Firefox users are jumping ship to join the Google Chrome bandwagon. Statistics from Net Applications show (via PCWorld) a sharp decline in Firefox usage, with a rise in users flocking to Google Chrome during June and July.
According to the data, by the end of July Firefox claimed an 18.3 percent share of all desktop browsers, which denoted an 11 percent decline over the past two months. Conversely, Google Chrome's user share stood at 17.8 percent, which was up 2 points since May.
Which camp do you prefer? Are you going to switch browsers like the data suggests or are you happy where you are?