• About Us
  • Blog
  • Basket
  • Account
  • Sign In


Which is the Most Popular Third-Party Android Browser?

Published on Friday, November 15, 2013

Which is the Most Popular Third-Party Android Browser?

Chart of the Week

Earlier this week, African mobile operator MTN renewed their agreement with Opera software to offer a customised version of the Opera Mini mobile web browser. This week 51Degrees takes a look at web traffic originating from third-party (non-Google) android mobile web browsers in the United States.

United States Mobile Web Traffic - Third-Party Android Browser Share

Opera mobile seems to be the most popular third-party android browser being used in the United States, with over 76% of the web traffic share. Interestingly Mozilla and Amazon's android browsers have lost ground to the increasingly popular Opera mobile browser.

Indian Mobile Web Traffic - Third-Party Android Browser Share

Although the Opera mobile browser has gained ground in the US, emerging markets such as India have seen a decline in Opera popularity. UC Mobile is now more popular in India than any other third-party android mobile browser with a traffic share of 53.42%.

With more third-party android mobile browsers being released, will we see established browser vendors such as Opera lose more traffic share? Or are these upcoming android browsers just a novelty?

Click for More Analysis

Comments (0)

Author: Products Team

Categories: Analysis

Tags: Android , Opera , Browser

Joe Davine
Joe Davine>

Products Team

Marketing Executive for 51Degrees.mobi

Other posts by Products Team
Contact author



.NET 4G 51Degrees 5G Acer Adform Adtech Advertising Afilias Alcatel Amazon AMP Analysis Analytics Android Apache API Apple Asian Market ASP.NET Asus Blackberry Browser C C# Centro Chrome chromium Client hints Cloud CMS CPU CSS3 Data Data Blog Data File Daydream Design Detection Developers Device Device Data Device Detection Device Intelligence Device Models Device property DeviceAtlas Disney dmexco DotNetNuke Download ebay Ericsson Event Facebook Firefox Foundation Framework Galaxy git repositories Google Google Analytics Google Daydream GPU GSMA Guess HAProxy Hash Trie HTC HTML5 HTTP HTTP Headers Huawei Infinix Ingeniux Internet usage iOS iOS 13 ipad iPadOS iPhone iPhone 11 Java Javascript Kentico LG Liferay LTE m.dot Memory Memory leak Meta Data Microsoft Mobile Mobile Analysis Mobile Analytics Mobile Devices Mobile Marketing Mixer Motorola Mozilla MWC MWC 2017 MWC16 Native Apps NET New Release News Nexus NFC NGINX Nokia OnePlus 5 Opera Operating System Oppo Optimisation OS Patent Performance PHP Press Release Price Band programmatic Publishers Python Redirection Research Responsive Images Responsive web design RESS Review RTB RWD Safari Samsung Scala ScientiaMobile SEO Server Server-side optimisation Seznam.cz Sitecore Smart TV Smartphone Smartwatches Sony Swedish Beers Tablet Tencent Testing Tips Tutorial Umbraco Update User Agent User-Agent Valgrind Varnish Varnish Cache Video Vodafone VoLTE Web Web Apps Web content management Webtrekk White Paper Widgets WiFi Windows WURFL Xiaomi Xperia ZTE