DeviceAtlas Releases Q1 Mobile Web Intelligence Report
Dublin – May 12, 2016 – DeviceAtlas, a leading supplier of intelligence on mobile devices, today released its quarterly Mobile Web Intelligence Report for Q1 2016, which analyzes mobile device traffic to hundreds of thousands of websites around the world.
This quarter’s report focuses on the level of non-human generated traffic, which made up 48% of traffic to sites in the analysis.
Bot traffic ranges from legitimate search engine crawlers indexing web content for their search results, to automated scrapers and bots generated by hackers, click fraudsters and spammers. According to Martin Clancy, DeviceAtlas’ Head of Marketing, “DeviceAtlas’ technology accurately distinguishes the nature of web traffic allowing clients to easily segment and handle their traffic in the most effective manner.”
The report also uncovers trends in device usage from human generated traffic over the last two quarters. It shows a notable trend towards web browsing on larger screens (over 5 inch). Android continues to grow and its market share increased in most countries analyzed including Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, South Korea, UK and the USA.
Other key findings include:
- Apple and Samsung devices are dominating mobile web browsing
- iPhone 6 grew at the expense of iPhone 5 and iPhone 4 models
- Larger Screen Sizes and Higher Pixels are on the Rise
- Non-LTE enabled devices are still generating a lot of traffic
DeviceAtlas has led the way in device detection and intelligence since 2008 and is used widely by advertising platforms, analytics platforms, web brands, and Telco’s to accurately identify traffic from the many devices active on their sites and networks.
Download a copy of the report here.
About Afilias Technologies Limited
Afilias Technologies Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Afilias plc, is an expert provider of mobile and web technologies that help companies to reach their customers, regardless of device, content, or context. Products include the DeviceAtlasdevice intelligence solution, the goMobimobile website publishing solution and developer tools such as mobiReady.