Mobile browsing shows significant growth at the expense of desktop browsing
0. phoneArena 10 Dec 2013, 03:06 posted on
According to StatCounter, in 2013 mobile web browsing's share has grown, for the first time ever, to more than 20% of all global browsing...
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1. enthasuium (Posts: 99; Member since: 21 Nov 2013)
Android web traffic should me count as:
Stock Browser+Chrome(preinstalled)+other opera,UC ----i think it will cross more than 50%
5. kaikuheadhunterz (Posts: 991; Member since: 18 Jul 2013)
It could be a sign of a drastic change in the market for computing devices, so yeah, it is significant
3. Edmund (Posts: 656; Member since: 13 Jul 2012)
lmfao... the web-browsing experience on android doesn't even come close to that of IE11 on Windows tablets. Self proclaimed tech journalists destroyed any chance that the Surface RT and Surface Pro had of becoming successful by publishing product reviews that were at best disingenuous and agenda-driven. By contrast, the same sites blindly praised inferior tablets like the Nexus 7/10 and galaxy tab 3, despite these products offering an awful "user experience".
7. Edmund (Posts: 656; Member since: 13 Jul 2012)
I like how someone merely pointing out the truth (which i'm sure is rather painful to accept) is immediately considered a troll
10. livyatan (Posts: 841; Member since: 19 Jun 2013)
That was a comparison between stock browsers.
Android stock browser pretty much sucks, especially on the nexus 10 which is a dated device, pushing too many pixels with too weak chip compared to surface 2.
Now for example, Dolphin Jetpack on the Snapdragon 800 version of the Note 10.1, will trash the internet experience on the surface 2
8. marbovo (Posts: 658; Member since: 16 May 2013)
I don´t see many people bashing surface pro, the other one is the problem, a OS that has just first party apps is not an OS...
9. taikucing (unregistered)
Are you drunk? There are google chrome & Firefox for android. IE sucks since the beginning of time. (That's why people prefer Chrome or Firefox for browsing). The rest of internet users (IE) don't know how to install firefox/chrome to their PC.
6. AfterShock (Posts: 3698; Member since: 02 Nov 2012)
This is what MS fears the most.
Loss of dominance in the net world.
If they can't get their mobile up to speed of being wanted by the masses, they stand to be a footnote in mobiles wake.
11. Dingy_cellar_dweller (Posts: 206; Member since: 16 Mar 2013)
People can only use one device at a time generally, so there has to be a win and a loser.