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Android now controls a quarter of U.S. web traffic

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 06 Sep 2010 13:25 User comments (2)

Android now controls a quarter of U.S. web traffic According to Quantcast, Android continues to close the gap with Apple's iOS in regards to overall web traffic in the United States.
Android has pushed to 25 percent of the overall market, with Apple remaining the leader at 56 percent.

At its peak in September 2009, Apple controlled about 68 percent of the market. During the same period, Android only had 8 percent.

RIM, despite having a large share of the U.S. smartphone market, remained flat at 9 percent, thanks largely to a non-user-friendly Web browsing experience.

All other mobile OS' accounted for the remaining 10 percent of the web traffic.

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2 user comments

17.9.2010 0:11

As much as I would like to trash apple on this one, the blame clearly lies with AT&T...iPhone users are afraid to use any data these days.

28.9.2010 18:56

uhhh.... the title should read MOBILE web traffic.

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