A report by the ad network Chitika shows that users of Apple‘s mobile operating system iOS more often the web site through the browser than Android users. The trend has not changed in the past six months, despite a number of new Android tablets and smartphones announced. While Apple iPad 4, iPad Mini and of course the iPhone 5 released, appeared for Android Kindle Fire HD, Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, Galaxy SIII, but it was iOS that consumed twice as much data compared with Android.
Chitika compare the number of ad impressions of iOS and Android hardware, and it appeared that iOS had a browser share of 67 percent in November, an increase of 2 percent since May of this year. Android does a lot less and has a share of 33 percent. The two systems were closest to each other by the end of August, when the Samsung Galaxy SIII appeared in the United States and also sold very well, but this is the time for the launch of the iPhone 5 in September.
The big advantage for iOS, according Chitika and other sources, that the iPad remains dominant and a great advantage is responsible for the mobile Web traffic. In the field of smart phones, the proportion closer together, only Apple is still waiting for the first competitor of the iPad’s market share may be shrinking.
According to Chitika mobile users remain very loyal to the OS that they already possess: in the last six months seem users remain loyal to the operating system that they know, no matter what hardware has changed the most.