StatCounter is a web traffic analysis tool renowned world over for its accurate representation of online visitor stats. The tool is used among other stat tools but even with this, it is still quite popular as it is popular and has a ton of information that is useful for anyone who wants to understand internet usage.
The latest stats from the company show how popular the different web browsers are in different countries. The tool can be used to analyze browser popularity to as back as 2008 allowing you to see how popularity has changed in the past seven years.
In Kenya, analyzing the results, we see that Internet explorer was popular back in 2008 and 2009 before Firefox taking over in 2010. From 2010 to 2015, Firefox has maintained the top spot in Kenya. This is quite different to most of the other countries in the world where Chrome seems to be the most popular. Interesting enough, Firefox seems to be very popular in Africa compared to other continents.
Have a look at the images below to see how the popularity of these browsers compare between 2008 and 2015.
Image source [misstechy]