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.
Most flagship smartphone series get updated every year but does it actually mean we replace our devices once every 12 months? To answer this question we looked into DeviceAtlas statistics focusing on the most common year of release for mobile devices in selected corners of the globe.
Device detection is an essential asset for every business that wants a solid understanding of all devices its customers use to access their web apps and other web content. It can either be used for web optimization projects or embedded in a product, adding device awareness to enhance targeting and reporting capabilities. DeviceAtlas has several deployment options to match your infrastructure requirements. Here’s what’s possible.
It is now essential for businesses to have an excellent understanding of device diversity to boost conversion rates on mobile. This couldn't be truer of the ad technology landscape where speed and performance of ads are key drivers. Find how out how Tremor Video have stayed on top of the device landscape by integrating DeviceAtlas.
Did you know that DeviceAtlas local license allows you to customize your data file? It helps you reduce the memory footprint and further increase the performance of your device detection solution. Here's all you need to know about configuring your data file.
With the approaching release of the latest Android O (8.0), it's the right time to analyze the most popular Android versions based on mobile web traffic statistics. Read this post to learn which Android version is the most used in your target market according to mobile device usage data gathered by DeviceAtlas in Q1 2017.
The User-Agent is a central piece of web architecture and plays an important role in content negotiation. It is was created with the express intention of building the ability to address users making requests with different clients or ‘agents’ differently, depending on capabilities or context. This article will answer many of questions you may have around User-Agents, how they work and how they can be used.
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.
With users’ online buying behavior becoming increasingly complex and non-linear there is ever more sensitivity to web performance. Use our brand new ROI tool which will help you calculate your company's revenue uplift from implementing server-side device detection.