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Guest post: The oncoming mobile browser wars

With WebKit currently powering both Mobile Safari and the Android browser, which combined take up 81% of the total mobile and tablet market share, most mobile sites and apps are currently geared towards the open-source rendering engine. However, with the introduction of Firefox and Mobile IE10, will these figures start to change? Unlike Safari and Chrome, these new browsers are not based on WebKit and, if they become popular, web developers will have to consider not only the wide range of desktop browsers, but mobile ones too.

With WebKit currently powering both Mobile Safari and the Android browser, which combined take up 81% of the total mobile and tablet market share, most mobile sites and apps are currently geared towards the open-source rendering engine. However, with the introduction of Firefox and Mobile IE10, will these figures start to change? Unlike Safari and Chrome, these new browsers are not based on WebKit and, if they become popular, web developers will have to consider not only the wide range of desktop browsers, but mobile ones too.

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