Google’s 3 year-old Chrome browser just hit the 200 million user mark, CEO Larry Page announced Thursday.
The fast-growing browser had about 160 million users in May, up from 120 million in December 2010, according to eWeek, which correctly predicted Chrome would hit 200 million users in October.
Chrome’s growth had been noted elsewhere. The browser has about 15% market share and in some markets, like the UK, it has surpassed Firefox’s share to become the second most popular browser after IE. Among Mashable readers, meanwhile, Chrome is the most popular.
The huge installed base for Chrome is good news for Google, which just started rolling out its first Chromebooks in June.