In John Lilly’s blog post in November about Firefox market share, he said one of the most important factors for figuring out how Firefox is doing is the health of addons.mozilla.org (also known as AMO). AMO recently hit a few … Continue reading
Posts from January, 2008
Here is a chart (renders correctly in Fx3) listing the top 95% of extensions, sized by usage. Helpful for tracking add-on compatibility with Firefox 3.
John will likely soon be discussing last week’s milestone in more detail, but in the meantime, we just wanted to highlight that Firefox exceeded 50 million active daily users for the first time last Wednesday (for background on our usage … Continue reading
In the following graphs, each bar represents one of the top 100 extensions, by usage. The high of the bar is comparing relative usage. I.e. the most used extensions have the highest bars. Positive bars are compatible (blue), non-positive are … Continue reading
A few months ago, we provided some initial analysis about how Firefox usage varies by day of the week (e.g., Wednesday vs. Saturday). We’ve since attempted to improve upon that analysis by making sure we’re accounting for everything in our … Continue reading