iPad Earns One Percent of Global Web Traffic
iPad traffic is starting to get on the global Internet traffic map.
In fact, according to a report from NetMarketShare, Apple's iPad makes up one percent of Web traffic worldwide and 2.1 percent of online traffic in the United States.
These numbers are light-years ahead of Apple's tablet competitors, making iPad traffic 53 times greater than the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
This is a remarkable feat, especially since the iPad has only been on the market for over a year.
The iPad dominates about one-fourth of the mobile browser market, trailing behind Android's 31.6 percent share and the iPhone's 35.2 percent market share.
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