There’s no need to fear , RoXaS is here . Anyway back to topic
After the Desktops of Windows 7 and Mac OS , the third most popular Web broweser turns out to be iOS.
The software that makes iPhones, iPod touches and iPads tick has been identified by Net Applications as responsible for over two percent of the global traffic data analyzed in the web statistician’s latest report — the first time iOS has crossed that threshold. The UK and Australia had more than five percent each, while the USA clocked in at 3.4 percent. Leaving operating systems aside, Chrome has continued its steady growth on the browser front and
now stands at a 10.7 percent share, more than doubling its slice from this time last year.
Internet Explorer dips to 57% . However, Net Applications indicates IE8 is showing nice growth. So at least it’s looking like we’re finally ready to bury the zombies known as IE6 and IE7, whatever other browser we choose to migrate to.