Ambiera Website Statistics

I already posted this into the Ambiera Forum, but since everyone likes stats and it's quite interesting, why shouldn't I blog this here as well. When I fired up the statistics page for the Ambiera website, I was a bit surprised when looking at the browser page:

ambiera website stats


As you can see, Chrome appears to be the browser of the year. And better: Internet Explorer only has a market share of 12% anymore. To be fair, visitors of the Ambiera website usually are a bit more tech savy then the average internet surfer. Also: WTF is rockmeit and who is using it? :)

six comments, already:

FWIW, I have access to analytics for quite a few sites, and this trend is reflected in all of them. They’re all developer or moderately technical audiences still, but the range for IE is 10-17%, with most actually in the 10-12% region (the 17% is an outlier on a friends blog which has more Windows-focussed content, albeit still fairly technical). Good times!
Steve () (link) - 18 01 12 - 15:52

Hi Nico!

I’m working on a game, and here’s my stats so far (roll it down): http://pacaman.blogspot.com/2012/01/happ..

I’m also happy to see IE down finally :)

I’d be interested in the OS stats of your site, as I suspect the so called Linux 1% is underrated.

Cheers!
easy82 () - 19 01 12 - 20:06

Interesting :) Linux users appear to be only about 5% on ambiera.com, a bit less than on your site :)
niko - 20 01 12 - 07:01

siehe hier: http://www.rockmelt.com/
Rockmeit - 20 01 12 - 22:34

RockMelt is sort of what Firefox was ten years ago: A small, fast, great little browser.
Tazo - 21 01 12 - 03:40

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UNMASUMOUNSE () (link) - 08 02 12 - 10:01


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