That's up 76 percent from last year. And we're still talking about a 3.19% browser market share, according to Net Applications. Of course, as stated on the Surfin' Safari blog, the hope (for Apple) is to see more WebKit-based browsers out there too. You may recall Nokia's S60 web browser is just such a beast. Whether or not a cell phone browser will make a dent in WebKit's market share? I'll let you decide that one. In the end, I can really only hope all this great market share business is going to make some developers out there (you know who you are) work a little harder to make their websites Safari-compatible. List the worst Safari offenders in the comments, and just ignore Google, where everything is beta. Besides, it could be worse: you could be using Opera.