Tablets are becoming increasingly visible on the Internet. 96.8% of them are iPads
On Sunday we reported on a Net Applications' survey for June that found Apple (AAPL) devices were responsible for more than 60% of U.S.-based mobile Web browsing -- 35.2% of it on iPhones and 25.5% on iPads. See here.
Today we want to drill a little deeper into Net Applications' tablet data.
In their report for May they found that tablet computers were responsible for 0.95% of Web browsing among their clients' sites -- not just in the U.S. but worldwide -- and that 96.8% of that traffic was coming from iPads.
Last week the Web analytics firm reported that the iPad's share alone of all Internet browsing had passed 1%, and that in the U.S. it is now 2.1%.
Below: A fever chart showing how the iPad's global share has grown.
From Net Applications: "We collect data from the browsers of site visitors to our exclusive on-demand network of live stats customers. The data is (sic) compiled from approximately 160 million visitors per month."
Of the 8.2% of Web browsing done on mobile devices in the U.S., Apple has the largest slice
Two pie charts, drawn from Net Applications' June 2011 data, that speak for themselves. Despite the edge Google's (GOOG) Android has in market share, Apple's (AAPL) iOS devices have the largest presence on the Internet.
Via: The Register's Rik Myslewski.
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