Firefox lost 56 million users in 2 years — why it can’t keep up with Chrome and Safari

Mozilla Firefox took significant steps this year to win over more users, including an overhaul that makes its UI clutter-free and privacy-focused updates to appease security-minded web surfers. Despite these efforts, as of June, Firefox owns only 3.2% of the global browser market share, according to Statista.

What’s worse is that Firefox is also struggling with user growth. According to Firefox’s Public Data Report, the browser lost a whopping 56 million users over the last two years. Firefox’s grip on the browser market is slipping as Google Chrome and Apple’s Safari continue to attract more users (h/t Gizmodo).

Firefox exposes severe drop in monthly active users

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