According to web analytics company Net Applications, Chrome marketshare
leaped to 4.4 percent last week, based on the analysis of 160 million unique
visitors to 40,000 sites. Meanwhile, Safari only held 4.37 percent of the
market. A narrow victory? Sure. But a victory the nonce.
At the end of the day, though, I doubt this means much: at least on the OS X
platform, Safari still reigns supreme, with Chrome only accounting for 1.3
percent of all browsers used on OS X last week. Chrome only beats Safari when
you take PCs and Linux into account.