Latest articles by Jkielty


Resurgence of the Feature Phone?

In January 2007, Apple released the iPhone, a move which would change the world of mobile. However, recently we've seen feature phones making a small comeback. Does the data agree?


The Most Active Bots On The Web - 2018

For our latest dive into web traffic data, we looked at the numbers for Q1 2018 to investigate the most active bots and crawlers on the web.

The Most Popular iPhones of 2017

Is the iPhone 6 the pinnacle of Apple's engineering genius? We looked at the data for the entire year of 2017 to find out.


Limiting Ad Fraud with Device Detection

For anyone involved in the online advertising space, ad fraud is a concern. Learn how DeviceAtlas helps advertisers and agencies reduce the losses to bots, click-farms and other forms of fake traffic.


The Most Popular Smartphones of 2017

Wrapping up our look back on 2017's device landscape, let's dig into the numbers to find out the most popular smartphones of the last year.


MWC2018 Highlights - The DeviceAtlas Report

With all eyes firmly fixed on Barcelona for the 2018 Mobile World Congress, the DeviceAtlas team went along to sample the latest devices, technologies and plans at the world's greatest mobile conference.


How To Detect iPhone 8 And iPhone X With DeviceAtlas

With each iteration of the iPhone, there are a few models to choose from. This makes accurately detecting the exact specifications of a device a potential headache.


Use Cases of Device Detection for Apps

How can device detection in the native app environment give you an edge? The availability of a wide range of additional data points about devices allows deeper and more accurate insight into app usage patterns Here are some examples of how DeviceAtlas is being used to power conversions and engagement.


Android v iOS Market Share - 2017 Review

We looked at device data for the full year of 2017, to see where the perennial Android v iOS battle was won and lost. The country which saw the smallest change in overall OS share was Sweden, where Android (48.5%) and iOS (50.7%) continue to dominate the scene.