97% of web traffic from tablets is from iPad

New Comscore numbers out, and as expected the iPad is the vast majority of online traffic for tablets:

" In August 2011, iPads delivered 97.2 percent of all tablet traffic in the U.S. iPads have also begun to account for a higher share of Internet traffic than iPhones (46.8 percent vs. 42.6 percent of all iOS device traffic)."

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13 thoughts on “97% of web traffic from tablets is from iPad

  1. This is not really surprising. No other company has been able to create a viable alternative to the iPad yet. Everything is either grossly expensive, or not very functional. We may see some shift with Kindle Fire, but I think it'll probably still be a year or more before we get any real competition in tablet land.

  2. This is not really surprising. No other company has been able to create a viable alternative to the iPad yet. Everything is either grossly expensive, or not very functional. We may see some shift with Kindle Fire, but I think it'll probably still be a year or more before we get any real competition in tablet land.

  3. Yes, you've been criticized–because you and others would go batshit if I, for example, said "there's really a Windows market, not a PC market," given that 95% of PCs run Windows. Oh, that's right, it only works in one direction…

  4. Yes, you've been criticized–because you and others would go batshit if I, for example, said "there's really a Windows market, not a PC market," given that 95% of PCs run Windows. Oh, that's right, it only works in one direction…

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