Google Chrome Now Has 200 Million Users

Posted on October 13, 2011

Google Chrome LogoGoogle CEO Larry Page announced in a post on Google+ that Google's browser, Google Chrome, now has over 200 million users.
Chrome--usage is going through the roof. We have now hit over 200 million users and still growing fast. Turns out people really care about getting to the web quickly and securely, and having a whole ecosystem of apps at their fingertips.
eWeek reports that Chrome hit 16.2% of marketshare in September and could climb to 20% by 2012.

Larry Page also said that over 190 million devices have been activated that are powered by Android. He also said a new version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich, will soon be released.


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