Google Chrome's 70 Million vs. Firefox 365 Million Active Users

At the first Google I/O keynote, Google flashed a chart that shows the “growth of Google Chrome from 30 million users in July 2009 to 70 million users as on today. It's worth pointing out that this’s the number of active users, not the number of Google Chrome downloads. So, how does this compare to […]

At the first Google I/O keynote, Google flashed a chart that shows the “growth of Google Chrome from 30 million users in July 2009 to 70 million users as on today. It's worth pointing out that this’s the number of active users, not the number of Google Chrome downloads. So, how does this compare to Firefox growth over same period. Asa Dotzler, has a similar graph for Firefox, which shows that Firefox grew from 265 million to 365 million users. To put things in perspective, Firefox has 5 times more users than Google Chrome. See the two charts below:

Blue line is Chrome with its numbers on left vertical, and orange line is Firefox with numbers on right vertical axis:

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