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Apple iOS Surpasses Symbian in Share of Mobile Phones and Connected Devices in Use in EU5

Across the EU5, 91.4 million mobile subscribers reported using smartphones in the 3 month average ending August 2011, up 46 percent from last year. Although Symbian continues to have the largest share of the smartphone market, its audience among all ...
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OS Market Share by Audience Installed Base

Tablets Contribute 30 percent of Non-Computer Traffic

The Silicon Alley Insider recently featured comScore Device Essentials in a Chart of the Day infographic on the iPads and tablet traffic. In September 2011, tablets in the U.S. contributed 30.4% of total Internet page views coming from mobile, tablet...
63% - /Insights/Infographics/Tablets-Con...30-percent-of-Non-Computer-Traffic
Tablets Contribute 30% of Non-Computer Traffic

Tablets Drive Half of Non-Computer Traffic in Colombia

A look at how non-computer devices (which include mobile phones, tablets and other connected devices) are driving Internet consumption in selected Latin American markets found that tablets accounted for half of non-computer traffic in Colombia during...
34% - /Insights/Infographics/Tablets-Dri...f-Non-Computer-Traffic-in-Colombia
Device Share of Non-Computer Traffic

Apple iOS Accounts for Majority of Non-Computer Traffic in the US

In August 2011, the iOS platform accounted for more than half (58.5%) of the share of total non-computer Internet traffic measured through browser-based page views in the U.S, with the iPad’s dominance in the tablet market playing a key role in its ...
25% - /Insights/Infographics/Apple-iOS-A...-of-Non-Computer-Traffic-in-the-US
OS Market Share US August 2011

Nearly 7 Percent of U.S. Digital Traffic Consumed Away from Computers

U.S. consumers are increasingly connecting to digital content via a variety of devices such as smartphones, tablets and other connected devices.  In August 2011, the share of non-computer traffic for the U.S. increased to 6.8% from just 6.2% at the ...
70% - /Insights/Infographics/Nearly-7-Pe...affic-Consumed-Away-from-Computers
Share of non-computer traffic for the U.S.

Tablets Now Account for 28 Percent of Non-Computer Digital Traffic in the US

Today, Amazon entered the rapidly growing tablet market with the introduction of Kindle Fire. The latest data from comScore Device Essentials shows that tablets account for an increasing share of digital traffic as consumers continue to integrate the...
69% - /Insights/Infographics/Tablets-Now...Computer-Digital-Traffic-in-the-US
Non-Computer Digital Traffic in the U.S.

Share of Device Traffic in Argentina

In May 2011, non-computer devices accounted for 1.1% of total web traffic in Argentina. Of this 1.1% of non-PC traffic, mobile devices accounted for 80.0% of web traffic, while tablets accounted for 12.9% of traffic. Other devices, which includes han...
38% - /Insights/Infographics/Share-of-Device-Traffic-in-Argentina
Sahre Device Traffic for Argentina

Share of Device Traffic in Chile

In May 2011, non-computer devices accounted for 2.0% of total web traffic in Chile. Of this 2.0% of non-PC traffic, mobile devices accounted for 79.8% of web traffic, while tablets accounted for 13.5% of traffic. Other devices, which includes handhel...
38% - /Insights/Infographics/Share-of-Device-Traffic-in-Chile
Share of Device Traffic in Chile

Share of Device Traffic in Brazil

In May 2011, non-computer devices accounted for 0.6% of total web traffic in Brazil. Of this 0.6% of non-PC traffic, mobile devices accounted for 61.4% of web traffic, while tablets accounted for 33.4% of traffic. Other devices, which includes handhe...
38% - /Insights/Infographics/Share-of-Device-Traffic-in-Brazil
Share Device Traffic for Brazil

iPhone and Android Traffic by Connection Type

In May 2011, mobile phones running on the Google Android platform drove 35.6 percent of non-computer digital traffic in the U.S., while iPhones accounted for 23.5 percent of non-computer traffic.
35% - /Insights/Infographics/iPhone-and-Android-Traffic-by-Connection-Type
iPhone and Android Traffic by Connection Type