DeviceAtlas has been granted a second U.S. patent in the area of device detection technology. Titled “Determining a property of a communication device,” the patent describes a way in which DeviceAtlas identifies properties of web-enabled devices through examining their User-Agent strings.
New smartphones come with a preinstalled mobile browser but users can decide to choose alternative browsers available through third-party developers. In this post we take a closer look at third-party mobile browsers’ popularity in 2015 based on DeviceAtlas statistics.
Optimizing websites for mobile devices is no longer an extra but a necessity for all businesses. The question you should ask yourself is not ‘do I need a mobile-friendly site?’ but rather ‘how do I make my site mobile-friendly?’ Given that the web is full of mobile strategy guides, we decided to expose some of the most common myths about mobile optimization.
We've just released the latest edition of our quarterly Mobile Traffic Report covering Q3 2015. Download the report to learn about the latest trends in the mobile world. Be sure to check out this edition’s statistics on the most popular MNOs in selected countries based on website hits.
According to IDC sales statistics Android and iOS are the leaders in the smartphone world covering over 95% of the market. Windows Phone is the third largest mobile OS but its market share is much lower. Here are the most recent statistics for 2015 on the popularity of Windows Phone based on mobile web traffic.
Device intelligence from DeviceAtlas is now available to Webtrends customers
Device diversity has grown to a point where web developers can’t simply assume that they know which devices visitors are using to access their websites. They need to make sure the experience is great across all devices, including laptops, smartphones, tablets, or even smart TVs. This can be problematic especially in terms of keeping the website fast and lightweight for every visitor.
Smartphones are the main way to access websites for a growing number of users, even though the mobile web can be extremely slow. This is mainly due to the fact that the website content is often bloated with images, scripts and ad trackers that aren’t tailored for mobile devices. Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) initiative is aimed to tackle these issues by introducing a set of rules and restrictions for websites sent to mobile devices.