Google’s Chrome has been on quite the tear lately after it took over as the world’s top browser for a short bit in May and all of June. Well it looks like Chrome has hit another noteworthy accomplishment, according to StatCounter. The browser out of Mountain View now holds one-third of the entire browser market—certainly something to be proud of. The accomplishment was hit in June, when Chrome took 33.8-percent share, including a 10.7-percent year-over-year growth. To compare, Internet Explorer sat at a competitive 32 percent share and Firefox sat at 23.7-percent during the same month. Surprisingly, Apple’s Safari only had a measly market share of 7.1-percent. [StatCounter via The Next Web]

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