At Google I/O 2012, we’ve heard and seen so many amazing things that it’s a little hard to keep track of all of them, and most importantly, to put them into perspective.
One such snippet of information that didn’t catch the spotlight is the number of people worldwide that use Google’s Chrome browser: 310 million. Moreover, Chrome has achieved something historical in May 2012. Google’s browser is now the most popular browser worldwide, edging ahead of Microsoft Internet Explorer with about half of percent, according to StatCounter data.
The past few days we’ve also learned that Chrome has shed its beta status on Android, has become the default browser for Jelly Bean, and has reached iOS (in a somehow limited form) where it quickly become the most downloaded free app.
With all these achievements, it’s a bit hard to believe that Chrome is not yet four years old. For a look back to Chrome’s early days, check out this cool video from Google and let us know your thoughts. What is your browser of choice?