apple just released safari 3.1 for windows, but seriously, who cares.
there're much stronger competitors like firefox, flock and opera.
and once you go firefox, you won't look back.
apple safari would have its chance of the market share if it opened to windows users 3 years ago while IE6 was dying and firefox just started out to gain some ground. but now the market has already been shared, where is the target market for safari? it's too late, give it up.
this is a map of browser market share in November, 2007
however, there's one market still not too late which is instant messenger. open ichat for windows and make it open source. with those ugly interface the rest applications have, ichat has the most chance to win out. that will take most market from openAOL and from windows live messenger.
it's now or never, apple.
According to the latest figures from Neilsen/Netratings, AOL still has a commanding lead in the IM market.
- AOL: 53 million
- MSN: 27 million
- Yahoo: 22 million
- Google: 866,000