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iPad Holds 1% of All Web Traffic After Just One Year

iPad enjoyed the success since its launch back in 2010 and according to a recent study, iPad now leads in terms of global web browsing by more than 50 percent to its closest competitor, Samsung Galaxy. iPad total share of global web browsing is now 1 percent.

The report from NetMarketShare show that iPad growth has been increased globally since its launch. It has now 1 percent global web browsing share as well as 2 percent in the US market.

iPad is far ahead of its competitors in this manner. 53 percent, 76 percent and 306 percent ahead of Samsung Galaxy Tab,  Motorola Xoom and RIM’s Blackberry playbook respectively.

iPad Web Browsing


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In the US mobile browser market, iPad holds third position with 25.5 percent after iPhone (35.2 percent) and Android (31.6 percent). If Combined,  Apple iOS devices (iPhone and iPad) holds over 60 percent of the US mobile browsing share. Blackberry has 6.9 percent whereas Symbian, Windows Mobile and WebOS are way behind accounting for less than 0.5 percent.

Net Applications compiles its figures from an “exclusive on-demand network of live stats customers” with more than 160 million visitors per month. The firm also classifies and reports on more than 430 referral sources identified as search engines.

It is expected that iPad will further grow when iOS 5 will be launched this fall. Especially, the addition of tabbed browsing in Mobile Safari will improve the browsing experience and boost the device’s growth even further.

US Share Mobile Web Browsing

A research report from ComScore reported that iPad comprises 89 percent of the global tablet traffic, however, a recent survey from Nielsen show that it holds 82 percent of the tablet market in the US.

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