Apple has finally decided to join the ranks of browser vendors who give users the option to opt out of having their usage patterns tracked. They’re following the lead of the Mozilla Foundation who has devised a “gentleman’s standard” for opt out tracking where advertisers and webmasters would have to voluntarily adhere to the standard much like the voluntary compliance with robots.txt files.
With constant news about browsers such as Internet Explorer 9 and Firefox 4, it seems that many users are forgetting about Opera. Although Opera might not be in the news all the time, we have now learnt that the newest beta version of Opera Barracuda has been released.
We have some good news for all Google Chrome fans today. If you’re a user of this great browser you’ll be pleased to know that Google Chrome has reached another milestone. As you probably know, Chrome’s popularity has been rising, and speaking of Google Chrome, popular browser now holds 10% market share.
There are many interesting and amazing web browsers on the market and each company behind its browser tries to bring some new improvements to its users. Although we’re waiting for Internet Explorer 9 with anticipation that doesn’t mean that other companies are standing still with development of its browsers. Therefore Mozilla has recently released Beta 2 of its popular web browser Firefox.