The majority (79.42%) of browsers do not support JPEG 2000 image format. Of the browsers that do support JPEG 2000, Mobile Safari makes up the majority with 14.48% share. All other browsers that support JPEG 2000 have less than 3% share and span six different types. Facebook on iOS, Safari, and Chrome Mobile are in 2nd, 3rd, and 4th places (2.22%, 1.66%, and 1.20% respectively).
Similar to JPEG 2000, the majority of browsers do not support JPEG XR, 93.49% in fact. However, significantly more support is available for JPEG 2000 than JPEG XR (More than three times). Comparing JPEG XR to JPEG 2000, there is 14.07% more browser support for JPEG 2000 than JPEG XR. Of the browsers that do support JPEG XR, there is fewer diversity in types compared to JPEG 2000 (seven vs. two). Internet Explorer supports the majority of JPEG XR with 4.58% and Microsoft Edge supports the rest, with 1.93%.
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