“We found that Samsung users generate close to 50 percent of all Android Web traffic within the U.S. and Canada,” a company representative said. “That’s nearly five times the share of HTC users, the next closest competitor.”
In spite of all the talk that Apple is ceding both tablet as well as smartphone market share to Google’s Android, iPad web browsing share just hit a five-month high.
iPad is still the king of the tablet browsing platforms. But the king is not quite as kingly as he used to be.
In October of 2012, iPhone 5 roared past the Samsung Galaxy S III in web usage share after just three weeks on the market. Now Samsung’s starting to chip away at that lead.
Looks like Santa likes green robots with colorful googly eyes.
In a major turn-around, Android smartphones now account for a majority of mobile web traffic in the U.S and Canada. That’s a massive change from May of this very year, when Apple owned 72 percent of smartphone traffic, compared to only 26% for all Android phones.
In less than two weeks, a majority of iPhone owners have updated to the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system, warts and all.
While Apple’s iOS 6 software was only release yesterday, about 15 percent of eligible devices have already upgraded, according to data from research firm Chitika.
Hey, you. Enterprise middle-manager guy with the PDA-looking BlackBerry cluttering up your pocket. It’s time to let go.
iPhones and iPads now account for more web traffic than Macs, according to a study by ad network Chitika.
The release of Apple’s iPhone 4 on Verizon in February helped to seriously erode the carrier’s Android market share, market research firm Chitika revealed in a report yesterday.