Which all browsers support Web Share API?

The Web Share API is a relatively new web standard that enables web pages to invoke native sharing functionality on a user’s device. With this API, developers can provide a seamless way for users to share content from their website to other apps or services, such as social media or messaging apps. This can help to increase engagement and broaden the reach of a website’s content.

The API is designed to be simple and easy to use. It consists of a single method, navigator.share(), which takes an object containing the data to be shared, such as text, images, or URLs. When the method is called, the user is presented with a native sharing interface called share sheet to choose where to share the content. The API is also customizable, allowing developers to provide their own sharing UI.

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Which all browsers support Web Share API?
1) Google Chrome: The API is supported on Chrome for Android, Windows, macOS, and Linux. Chrome was one of the first browsers to support the API, and it remains one of the most widely used browsers for desktop and mobile.
2) Mozilla Firefox: Firefox supports the API on Android, Windows, macOS, and Linux. Like Chrome, Firefox was an early adopter of the API and has continued to support it.
3) Microsoft Edge: Edge supports the API on Windows and macOS. Edge is the default browser on Windows 10 and has gained popularity among users who prefer Microsoft’s ecosystem.
4) Safari: Safari supports the API on macOS (since version 12.1) and iOS (since version 13). Safari is the default browser on Apple devices and has a significant mobile browser market share.
5) Samsung Browser (Android)
6) Opera
7) Brave Browser: As Brave browser uses Chromium, they do also support the native share prompt

It’s worth noting that browser support can vary depending on the version and platform. For example, older versions of some browsers may not support the API, and some browsers may support the API on one platform but not another. Additionally, new browser versions may add or remove support for the API.

In conclusion, the Web Share API is a useful tool for web developers who want to make it easy for users to share content from their websites with other apps and services. Several major browsers support the API, including Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Safari. However, as with any web technology, browser support is subject to change, so it’s important for developers to stay up-to-date on the latest developments.

Jose Varghese
Jose Varghese