iPad Responsible for 97% of All Tablet Traffic in the US

By , Oct 11, 2011

If you needed more proof that the iPad not only is an amazing product, but it’s also the most popular tablet out there, this study by comScore might be all you need.

According to comScore, iOS accounts for the largest share of US smartphone and tablet devices while driving the majority of non-computer traffic. No surprise there, but the study also reveals that the iPad drives 97.2% of all tablet traffic

“iPads dominate among tablets in driving digital traffic. 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).”

My question is: what do people with Android tablets use them for?

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  • xCoreyx

    Honestly, Ive never seen anyone with a tablet that isnt an iPad.

  • djronh1

    I use a Xoom with Dolphin & change my browser ID to iPad so that website will better formatted.

  • Simche

    well, I browse a lot with IPad too and think it’s one of the best and easiest tablet to use. It’s like xCoreyx said, I did not see any people having another tablet except IPad (not here in Sweden at least)

  • Stormy

    Here in Australia, the iPad is big, very BIG. On average, I visit about 30 houses a week for work, and I have hardly seee a non-iPad tablet. Many families have more than one iPad as well. I think there aren’t many choices down here in the tablet market, but, whatever the reason, the iPad is well loved by us Aussies.

  • http://techx64.com Tushar Agarwal

    Thats impressive. Everyone prefers iPad as their tablet device.