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The largest share in browser usage, as of July 2009, is possessed by Internet Explorer with Mozilla Firefox reaching the second position for most used web browsers. Apple’s Safari browser’s beta form was released in June 2007 for Windows. Then, in March 2008, Safari 3.1 was released by Apple and it was included as a pre-selected update in Apple’s Software update program. This move tripled the market share of Safari on Windows and it is now competing for the third position along with the Google Chrome and Opera web browsers. Google Chrome, Google’s own web browser got released on September 2, 2008 after adopting the technologies from both Mozilla’s open-source Firefox and Apple’s Safari along with others which include user interface very much like the latest Internet Explorer and some components of Safari.


Other notable browsers:


Konqueror - Linux and UNIX

Mac OS X Safari

Embedded Devices - Opera Mini

Webkit-based browser was also released by Nokia in 2005, which was given with each and every Symbian S60 platform-based smartphone.

Windows Mobile by default comes with Internet Explorer Mobile and
competes with Netfront, Iris, Opera Mobile, and Mozilla's Minimo.

Apple's browser, Safari based on WebKit or KHTML, comes with iPod Touch and iPhone.

Google's open-source OS, Android for mobile devices, uses WebKit based browser.

iPhone Web Browser

Safari’s iPhone OS-specific features include:

Palm Pre WebKit-based webOS web browser