According to usage statistics, Safari and Chrome are the two most popular web browsers in the world. Although Chrome dominates the numbers on desktop, the two browsers are neck-and-neck when it comes to mobile users. In this Chrome vs. Safari battle, we’ll figure out if Safari has earned its number of users or if it’s simply a result of being preinstalled on all Apple devices. In this article we’ll focus specifically on what separates the two browsers, so if you don’t want to miss any details that aren’t relevant to this comparison, be sure to read our Chrome review and Safari review for the full picture.  Because it’s the most popular browser around, Chrome has also featured in several of our browser battles, including Firefox vs. Chrome and Opera vs. Chrome. As always, the battle will consist of five rounds, each focusing on a crucial part of the browsing experience. In order, these rounds are features, ease of use, performance, security and privacy. The browser that wins three rounds or more will be declared the winner, but we’ll continue to the end even if one achieves an early victory, as we saw in our Edge vs. Chrome battle. First up is features. Broadly speaking, this ro...