Tablet (2.45%) and smartphone (1.14%) conversion rates trailed traditional computers (3.15%) again in Q1.
Samsung is the clear winner with 55.5% of all Android traffic. Tied for second is Amazon with 8.2%, which makes only the Kindle Fire Tablet.
57% of US internet users surveyed had a smart phone. But smart phone penetration among parents of children under 18 was significantly higher, at 74% or above.
Android tablets were in use by 59% of tablet-owning households in 2013, the same percentage that reported owning Apple’s iPad or iPad mini.
The iPad saw the greatest percentage of publishers charging for content across publication categories.
About 63% of mobile developers are very interested in using HTML5 to build their apps.
98% of web traffic on tablets came via an iPad.
High-definition televisions had the highest rate of ownership among Millennials at 73%.
By August 2012, the percentage of iOS tablet owners dwindled down to 52%, as Android gathered steam and gained 48% share among tablet owners.
The worldwide tablet market grew nearly 7% over the second quarter of 2012. Android sales skyrocketed, while Apple lost share.