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User Agent Strings

List of User Agent strings

Updated for 2018 - The User-Agent (UA) string is contained in the HTTP headers and is intended to identify devices requesting online content. We've compiled a list of the most popular device's UAs!

5 Reasons Why You Must Get Your Mobile Ad Targeting Right

50% of mobile ad clicks are accidental, according to a recent study from GoldSpot Media. This finding strikes fear into the hearts of any marketers who thought mobile ads are the answer to dropping CTRs for desktop banners. The good news is that there are still ways of improving mobile ad targeting so that the ads are displayed for the right user at the right time.

9 excellent examples of adaptive design used for e-commerce

You may think that most of the leading e-commerce websites today are purely responsive. In fact, the opposite is true. Adaptive design techniques are superior in terms of addressing e-commerce needs. It provides a very flexible approach that focuses on optimizing any aspects of your website's UX that might boost conversion rate on mobile. Here is a selection of adaptive websites that do a great job in terms of addressing mobile users.

List of smart TV User-Agent strings

List of smart TV User-Agent strings

The fact that there are users who access websites on a TV screen offers an incredible opportunity for website owners to optimize content and target advertising for all TV users. Read on to get a handy list of smart TV User Agent strings and learn what you can achieve by parsing these strings to deliver optimized content.

Device detection

6 not so obvious ways companies can use device detection

With so many devices connected to the internet most companies have understood the need for a reliable way to determine what devices their customers are using. However, not all businesses have a full understanding of what is possible with a device detection solution.

The most used smartphone screen resolutions in 2017

The most used smartphone screen resolutions in 2017

Knowing the most used smartphone screen resolutions can help you optimize your website to address differences between various devices. Here are the most recent device usage statistics to help you better understand which smartphone screen resolutions are the most popular in 2017.

DeviceAtlas patent for device detection

European Patent Office Grants DeviceAtlas Patent for Core Device Detection Algorithm

Press release: Afilias Technologies today announced at DMEXCO that it has been granted a third patent related to its device detection algorithm used in its DeviceAtlas product.

Most used mobile GPUs in 2017

Most used mobile GPUs in 2017

The market for smartphone GPUs (Graphics Processing Unit) is rather tight with three major providers powering most of today’s mobile devices. Learn which GPU series are the most used based on web traffic statistics from Q2 2017.

List of mobile browsers User-Agent strings

List of mobile browser User-Agent strings

The standard way to pass information to the server about the visiting device is to include it in the User-Agent (UA) string. This information typically passes the name and version of the browser among many other details. In order to get an understanding of which mobile browsers use your site, you need to know their User-Agent strings. Here’s a handy list of UAs that you may want to use.

Dual SIM phones

Where are dual SIM phones used most in 2017?

One of the device properties detected by DeviceAtlas is whether a device can support multiple SIM cards, which allows us to look specifically at dual SIM devices. We looked into web traffic statistics to learn in which regions multiple SIM cards are the most popular.