Apple's Safari Gaining in Browser Wars

Safari Web browser is continuing to gain market share, according to the latest statistics from NetApplications. The October 2005 statistics show that Safari has climbed up to 2.56 percent of the browser market, behind Firefox at 8.59 percent, and Microsoft Internet Explorer at 86.52 percent. Although Safari's percentage is small compared to Internet Explorer, the numbers overall are quite impressive, considering that Safari is a Mac OS X only application, while Firefox and Internet Explorer are cross-platform applications. In October 2004, Safari held only 1.46 percent of the browser market. Technology News: Apple News : Safari Gaining in Browser Wars

Linked by shanmuga Thursday, 10th November 2005 6:19AM