Akamai: mobile Safari top browser on all networks for Q3
0. phoneArena 29 Jan 2013, 00:18 posted on
According to Akamai, the Android WebKit browser led all mobile browsers connecting to the internet through a cellular network, but when you expand the study to include all networks instead of just cellular, mobile Safari comes away with a huge 60% share of the market; the info comes from the large number of top sites that use Akamai's servers to deliver their site to U.S. surfers...
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1. wendygarett (unregistered)
I prefer Firefox on pc, (and always be),
but when it comes to mobile, android browser is much much better (thanks to Sense auto text arrangements), however, I'm very surprised that internet explorer managed to done well on mobile texting, because word recognition is very accurate on wp keyboard, I love it too...
I dunno the hype of chrome, I can't save the page that I wanna read in chrome tho... Whereas safari? As same as android browser, but lack of recognition, but very accurate on typing, eventhough the iphone screen is very small lol
opera? Good... On Symbian at least :D
3. nnaatthhaannx2 (Posts: 820; Member since: 19 Oct 2011)
Chrome is too slow and chuncky. Lags a ton. Firefox is so smooth, but it loads pages a little slow.
For right now, I'm just using the Stock ICS browser.
I also agree with the typing. Apple really has a great keyboard on their phones. It is surprisingly easy to type on, even with the smal screens.
2. cripton805 (Posts: 1117; Member since: 18 Mar 2012)
Thumbs up if you WONT be using Safari. Thumbs down if you will.
4. chaoticrazor (Posts: 2347; Member since: 28 Aug 2012)
i thumbed you down just because you always have to go negative to anything apple
the first 2 comments were reasonable then you appeared