Chrome for iOS Grabs 1.5% Share of iOS Browser Market
Chitika Insights is tracking the adoption rate for Chrome’s new browser for iOS. Our latest real time tracker breaks down the iOS browser market by fragment and a historical time line. As of July 17, Chrome for iOS captures 1.5% of the iOS browser market.
Report: iOS 5.1.1 on More Than 12% of iOS Devices after First Week
Here at Chitika Insights our team was interested in seeing just how adamant iOS users were in their quest for secure browsing. We combed through tens of millions of ad impressions across our network, looking for devices that were utilizing any sort of iOS based software. From there we refined our results by breaking out iOS 5.1.1 devices and took a 24-hour rolling average in order to determine usage rates. According to our network data, Apple users (being the early adopters that they are) heeded experts’ warnings. Our network started to demonstrate a spike in iOS 5.1.1 traffic around 5:00 PM EST on May 7, trending upward to a high of 12.3% of all iOS traffic by May 10. This preliminary report shows a somewhat rapid pace of adoption, a trend that should persist, given the popularity of the iPad and iPhone devices.
iPad Will Pass 2% of All Internet Usage in 2011
iPhone and Android OS Breakdown – September
Following up on our look at iOS version distribution in July, we find that iOS 4 has continued to make impressive strides, now accounting for 68% of all iPhone traffic into our network. Seen on Technologizer
July Search Stats – Yahoo! Up, Bing and Google Down
Firefox 2nd Most Influential Player in Search
Firefox appears to hold a lot of the cards in the search engine market share game. We looked at what percentage of search traffic coming into our network came from Firefox’s deal with Google – specifically, the Firefox start page and little embedded Google bar – and found that Firefox’s default search engine controls more of the search market than anyone besides Google themselves. Bidding war, begin! As seen in ReadWriteWeb
Search Market Share – Yahoo and Bing Legitimately Up Big
Despite some controversy over Yahoo!’s “gaming” the search market share numbers, according to our traffic data, both Yahoo! and Bing are legitimately growing – and fast – in 2010. As seen in Search Engine Land
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