Our latest report explores statistics for smartphone usage around the globe. Data showed that 13% of all traffic from feature phones came from devices released in 2011. Those released in 2005 - when Nokia still dominated the mobile phone market - were responsible for a disproportionately high volume of traffic
DeviceAtlas has released its latest report containing statistics on real live usage of the top mobile and tablet models from around the world. The report reveals that tablet usage remains strong, despite a slowdown in sales of the devices over several quarters.
Dublin, January 19, 2018 - DeviceAtlas has released its latest report containing statistics for device usage of the top smartphone and tablet models from around the world. The report reveals that Huawei devices have moved into third place in many markets as the most used device behind Apple and Samsung. The report also found that tablet usage remains strong, despite a slowdown in sales of the devices over several quarters.
The latest research from DeviceAtlas reveals who is leading in the chipset industry. As the massive growth in mobile and connected devices continues, our data shows which chipset manufacturers are dominating and where.
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.
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.
We're happy to let you know that we've just released the new DeviceAtlas Mobile Web Intelligence Report for Q3 2016. Download it now to get a comprehensive study on the most used mobile screen resolutions and screen sizes across all continents.
Q2 2016 wasn’t great for Apple in terms of web traffic share, according to the newly released DeviceAtlas Mobile Web Intelligence Report. Apple lost in 18 out of 20 countries we analysed, including the largest markets such as UK (-10%), Germany (-6%), and USA (-4%). Get the new report to learn about the latest statistics on phone makers, screen sizes, LTE, and more.
Did you know that up to a half of your web traffic may be generated by bots and crawlers? This is one of the findings you can learn in the latest edition of The Mobile Web Intelligence Report based on mobile web traffic in Q1 2016. Here’s what we reveal in the report.
Looking for the latest statistics on mobile device usage? We’ve just released a new edition of our quarterly Mobile Web Report based on web traffic during Q4 2015. The new issue reveals various trends on the most popular operating systems, device vendors, device models, and many more. The main focus is comparing Android and iOS web traffic throughout the whole of 2015.