By Pawel Piejko - 23 Jun 2017
Knowing the most popular viewport sizes used by mobile devices is essential to make crucial decisions on optimizing websites for all mobile users. Check out the latest statistics on mobile viewport sizes based on DeviceAtlas web traffic statistics for Q1 2017.
By Pawel Piejko - 12 Jun 2017
Looking to better understand which Android smartphones are the most popular around the globe in 2017? We have some exciting statistics based on web traffic data to hundreds of thousands of partner websites using DeviceAtlas for optimization and analytics.
By Pawel Piejko - 09 Jun 2017
Device detection solutions provide you with an exceptional insight into your mobile audience based on a number of key device characteristics. We have expanded the list of device properties with a set of hardware items which let you get even more details on what devices your customers are using.
By Pawel Piejko - 01 Jun 2017
With smartphones becoming an essential aspect of everyday lives for most people, new mobile services, and phone capabilities continue to change the way these devices are used in various corners of the globe. We collected 17 recent statistics to help you better understand the current state of the mobile market in 2017.
By Pawel Piejko - 18 May 2017
While you may think that the largest newspapers are stellar in terms of web performance on mobile, the reality is far from ideal. According to the new research by DeviceAtlas, the average load time on mobile for newspaper websites is around 10.5 seconds with the slowest websites reaching 19-22 seconds. Interestingly, according to Google, 53% of mobile users only wait 3 seconds before they abandon websites that don't load.
By Pawel Piejko - 28 Apr 2017
With mobile performance becoming a mainstream issue, there is a lot of debate and some misconceptions around how to address mobile visitors. Is responsive superior to adaptive? Should visitors be redirected to a mobile-specific experience? We put together a list of the most common myths that specifically relate to building adaptive websites and using device detection.
By Pawel Piejko - 13 Apr 2017
Gartner recently reported that 99.6% of smartphones sold today either use Android or iOS. While this figure clearly reflects that mobile OS fragmentation is over, it doesn’t tell you which of these two OSes is most in use today. Here are the latest statistics on iOS vs Android based on web traffic share across the whole of 2016.
By Pawel Piejko - 31 Mar 2017
With carefully targeted campaigns you get more bang for your marketing buck, but there are many ways you can handle user segmentation for targeting purposes. Here we'll give you a quick guide on how to make your segmentation based on a seemingly obvious but often overlooked factor: a user's device.
By Pawel Piejko - 15 Mar 2017
Mobile device fragmentation is a big headache for companies who don’t optimize their web presence to address differences between web-enabled devices. To underline how big the fragmentation issue is, we analyzed DeviceAtlas web browsing statistics from Q4 2016 focusing on diversity in terms of device characteristics.
By Pawel Piejko - 07 Mar 2017
Most of us would agree that iPhones generally have a higher resale value than most Android phones, but did you know that some old iPhones are still actively used in many countries? This is what the latest DeviceAtlas report reveals along with many other fascinating stats on the mobile world based on web traffic in Q4 2016.