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Browser support list

We must ensure that Queensland Government websites and web applications are functional for all browsers on the supported browsers list below.

If unsupported technologies prevent the delivery of static or alternate content, unspecified browsers should at least display the generic browser support error page.

Supported browsers

Supported browsers have high support for current web technologies and standards.

You should test websites and web applications in these browsers during development or when significant changes occur.

We identified these supported browsers after reviewing the statistics for 1st of July 2021 to 30th of September 2021 across Queensland Government websites and integrated applications (94.5 million sessions during sample).

BrowserUsageNotes

Safari

39.21% (down from 39.23%)

  • Version 12 and later
  • This browser has high standards compliance and should be easy to support

Chrome

38.98% (down from 41.09%)

  • Version 91 and later
  • This browser has high standards compliance and should be easy to support

Safari (in-app)

5.75% (new to list)

  • unknown version, accessed within an app (e.g. Facebook iOS app)

Microsoft Edge

5.55% (up from 5.38%)

  • Version 90 or later
  • Default browser for all Windows 10 devices

Samsung Internet

4.81% (down from 5.56%)

  • Version 11 or later
  • Default browser for Samsung devices running Android 6.0 and later
Android Webview2.79% (new to list)
  • Version 92 or later
  • Launched from within an app (e.g. Facebook Android app)

Firefox

2.1% (down from 2.3%)

  • Version 88 and later
  • This browser has high standards compliance and should be easy to support

Internet Explorer

0.88% (down from 1.32%)

  • Version 11 and later
  • This browser has high standards compliance and should be easy to support

Note: See information about statistical significance