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The most popular Web Browsers By Country

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Your web browser of choice says a lot about what kind of person you are. Or at least it used to. Because if you look at this interactive map of which browser is the most popular in different countries around the world, it seems that we have a very clear winner.

Google Chrome, the new kid on the block shown in green, has ruled supreme on a global level, coming out on top in most countries. Interestingly, it's lagging in Africa where Firefox has nabbed the top spot.

This nifty map comes from those stat-counting guys at StatCounter. Have a play:

StatCounter Global Stats
Top Browsers Per Country, July 2013

Source: StatCounter Global Stats - Browser Market Share

[via Gizmodo]

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