Updated 2 May 2013
Apple smartphones are on the decline while Samsung’s star is burning brighter, but the iPhone and iPad manufacturer is still leaps and bounds ahead of competitors in New Zealand, according to mobile ad network InMobi. See the infographic here.
Updated Feb 22 2013.
Mobile continues to take over the world and many of us would rather leave the dog, Passport, wallet or hubby at home than our phone.
What proportion of your customers are interacting with your website using a mobile device?
We’ve decided to share the Trade Me browser statistics to this blog, providing a very handy resource for kiwi web and marketing teams who are able to validate their own observations on browser trends in New Zealand. TradeMe have promised to update these every three months.
UPDATE: In 18 months TradeMe website visits on mobile devices grew from less than 10% in July 2011 to 35% today according to their new report – read article here.
Key points they make:
- iOS share holds steady at about 50%
- Android continues on its steady rise
- The proportion of total site visits that are from a mobile device is over 25% and is growing – that’s all phones & tablets. We are doing a lot of TradeMe on our lap on the iPad as we watch telly i think. (N.B. This stat on TradeMe was shared in person from TradeMe at a recent NZ conference I attended, as at October 2012, and is not in the site stats linked here.)
Remember our earlier and ongoing post regarding smartphone use in New Zealand? Many searches come via queries on that post on mobile marketshare in New Zealand so we will update that too as we have done for well over a year now.