Which Android browser do you use? (poll results)

Which Android browser do you use? (poll results)
Yesterday, we asked you about your Android browser of choice. Today, voting is already closed, and the results are in.

As some of you may remember, almost exactly a year ago, we published the same exact poll. Why repeat it now? Simple: it lets us contrast and compare. Since last year's poll had voting open for nearly a week, the number of participants was considerably larger — keep that in mind. So what can we tell based on the info we now have?

For starters, Google's Chrome browser for Android is essentially unchallenged and is the daily driver of nearly 62% of voters (a seeming improvement over its position last year). Another interesting observation is that as fewer and fewer phone manufacturers bundle their own browser apps, so has the number using those solutions contracted, and are now almost tied with other established browsers — like Firefox and Opera. See the rest of the results and how they compare to last year's survey:

Poll: Which mobile browser do you use? (2014)

The default browser that came with my device
10.67%
Chrome
56.92%
Firefox
5.79%
Dolphin
7.5%
Opera
8.18%
Puffin
0.66%
Next Browser
0.76%
Javelin
0.64%
Boat Browser
0.72%
UC Browser
4.45%
Maxthon Browser
0.31%
CM Browser
1.17%
Baidu Browser
0.06%
Habit Browser
0.43%
Lightning Browser
0.12%
Mercury Browser
0.1%
Naked Browser
0.33%
Other
1.17%

Which Android mobile browser do you use? (2015)

The default browser that came with my device
8.37%
Chrome
61.95%
Firefox
7.68%
Dolphin
4.7%
Opera
7.34%
Next Browser
0.06%
Javelin
0.17%
Boat Browser
0.17%
UC Browser
5.16%
Maxthon Browser
0.63%
CM Browser
2.64%
Baidu Browser
0%
Habit Browser
0.29%
Lightning Browser
0.34%
Mercury Browser
0.11%
Naked Browser
0.4%

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