Peter Bright at Ars Technica, on mobile web browser market share across the whole web (as reported by Net Market Share):
In mobile, iOS users continue to outnumber Android users, with the
surprising implication that Android users don’t actually use the
Web very much on their smartphones.
Net Market Share’s current numbers for mobile (including tablets): 63 percent for iOS, 19 percent for Android. But, looking at Ars Technica’s own traffic, Android comes out ahead of Mobile Safari, 37 to 32 percent. (Although I wonder how much of their “Mozilla compatible” mobile traffic originates from iOS.)
This nicely illustrates the dichotomy between Android usage in the nerd world vs. the world at large.
★ Monday, 14 May 2012