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Browsers visiting 37signals sites (all our marketing sites combined)
Amazing that even on a tech-heavy site such as this one, Opera is still barely 1% of total visits between desktop and mobile combined.
What’s The Internet Explorer breakdown like? 6 vs 7 vs 8?
Would be nice to see the percentage of Safari 2.x users.
I wish every website I have to work on had this kind of stats. By the way, these stats are for 37signals.com, not Basecamp right?
Gotta love the delusional Opera users.
By the way, these stats are for 37signals.com, not Basecamp right?
Actually, it’s for all our marketing sites combined. It’s for anyone visiting any 37signals property.
Does the Safari section include Safari on the iPhone? And if so, is there a way to separate out between Mac Safari and iPhone Safari?
@vinnie: That’s because Opera is irritating to use. I’ve tried getting into it, but bail every time. It’s just an awkward user experience.
I would second a peek at the IE 6 vs IE 7 vs IE 8 stats…
I am especially curious as to whether there has been any drop in IE6 usage since you stopped supporting it?
I’m also interested in IE 6 vs. 7 vs. 8.
But, it’s still pretty cool that all Safari versions combined (yeah, that many) have a greater share than any one version of IE.
IE 7: 48.89%
IE 8: 35.85%
IE 6: 15.22%
Looks like you keep good company.
Chrome’s already at 7.74%? Wow. Is this per-request, per-page or per-visitor?
@JF: That IE breakdown roughly mirrors my larger sites, too. I’m seeing 50% IE7 and 25% each IE6/IE8. Slowly but surely…
WOW, you have a lot of Safari users.
That’s extremely high
Yeah. It’s always just ahead of DoMonkey.
I just checked the primary site for the company I work for, and we’ve still got 15% of our traffic on IE6—ugh!
Damn, we should all be so lucky.
Yeah, that’s me on the .03%. I must be the only guy out there using seamonkey.
Gotta love this breakdown. I would kill for this high of a Firefox percentage on any of my sites.
We need to end ie6. One thing, a lot of sites are starting to do, (including me) is having a little pop up come up letting them know they are using an outdated browser and asking them to switch. I’d guess half of 37signals ie6 users are corporate users stuck with ie6 but it still couldn’t hurt having this message show.
I wish Chrome could have Linux support.
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