IDC Commentary Network (idcps.com) January 05 reported: According to the latest data from Baidu statistics show that in the December 2015 domestic browser market, Chrome beat IE, to 36.8% share to win, compared to November of 36.49%, an increase of 0.31%. IE retreated to the 2nd, with a share of 36.16%, down 0.55% from November. Next, take a look at IDC's review of detailed data about the defragmentation.
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(Fig. 1) December 2015 domestic browser market share distribution map
1, in December 2015, the domestic browser market share of the top 6 ranked order, the same year November, minor changes occurred. Chrome replaced IE as the Overlord, IE fell to the 2nd. Scrutiny reasons, the December increase in the share of chrome, compared with November increased by 0.31%, to 36.8%, while the December share of IE was eroded, compared with November fell 0.55%, fell to 36.16%. As a result, chrome goes beyond ie.
The other top 4 rankings without any change, followed by Sogou high-speed (4.14%), QQ (3.37%), 2345 (3.21%), Cheetah (2.43%). Compared with the November, the share has changed to varying degrees. Among them, QQ shares increased by 0.27% in November, second only to Chrome.
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(Figure 2) domestic browser market share half-yearly change trend comparison chart
Horizontal view of Figure 2, in July 2015 to December this half-year period, the domestic browser IE and chrome market share trend is quite tortuous, and this to eliminate the development trend, competing fiercely with each other. Overall, chrome is developing with a good outlook and an upward trend in its share. In contrast, IE shares fell overall, two lost hegemony, respectively, in September, December by Chrome overtook.
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