Google's Chrome Web browser cracked the 7 percent mark in May after netting 6.7 percent share through April, according to Net Applications. MOU Blog reports that Chrome's gain came at the expense of Microsoft's Internet Explorer, which fell to 59.7 percent after falling below the 60 percent mark for the first time in April. Firefox remained flat for the month.
Results from StatCounter, NetMarket Share, and GetClicky show similar trends. According to GigaOM, IE continues to slide, Firefox isn't losing any ground, but isn't gaining any either, and Chrome is gobbling up share at a rapid rate.