Or perhaps someone has ported Safari to the dark side?
San Francisco, CA & Dublin, Ireland; Wednesday 22nd April 2015: Apple's Safari browser accounted for over half of US mobile and tablet internet usage in March according to independent website analytics provider, StatCounter.
"This emphasises the potential prize in the rapidly growing mobile space for Yahoo, Bing or others if Apple decides to end its default search deal with Google," commented Aodhan Cullen, CEO, StatCounter
I know for sure that I use the hell out of the Chrome browser on all my Android phones, and many of the people I work with, as colleagues or clients, do the same.
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