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 iPhone and iPad were the No. 1 devices for which publishers developed mobile apps. Mobile apps are important to media companies across all devices, however.
The iPad saw the greatest percentage of publishers charging for content across publication categories.
Nearly two-thirds of US tablet & 59% of smart phone owners said they would not pay even to access their ‘favorite’ mobile news source.
High-definition televisions had the highest rate of ownership among Millennials at 73%.
Cyber Monday mobile purchases nearly double from 2011.
More than a third of tablet users in the US read newspapers on their devices each month, and even more check out magazines.
A May study of US teens by security firm McAfee, for example, showed that teen internet users reported spending 13.5% of their online time on their smartphone.