Apple launched iOS 6 last month with designs on improving Safari. The browser now includes support for iCloud Tabs, allowing users to keep the same tabs open, regardless of their iOS device. The browser also now saves Web pages in the Reading List and allows users to take photos and video without leaving Safari. Chitika's study is based on "hundreds of millions of online impressions" through the company's advertising network. The impressions were analyzed between August 28 and September 4. The Android browser, however, is favored among 91 percent of folks using that operating system.
Apple's iOS users seem more willing to try new things than those running Android, Advertising network Chitika yesterday released the classic case with glass screen protector for apple iphone x and xs - navy results of a report on browser usage across mobile platforms, The company found that Safari, the default browser in iOS, is used by 85 percent of the folks running that operating system, Chrome, which sat atop the App Store's listing of free applications for several weeks over the summer, took 3 percent of the iOS market, All other browsers, including Dolphin and Atomic, combined for 11.9 percent share..
Looking strictly at the share of overall Web traffic, the Fire HD has so far grabbed a 3.5 percent slice, while the Nexus 7 leads with 68.5 percent. Eyeing the two tablets, Chitika believes the Fire HD has a lot of ground to catch up if it's to make any headway against the Nexus 7. That's certainly a valid point but not quite a fair comparison since the Nexus 7 has a hefty jump-start on the Fire HD. Google released its tablet mid-July, while the new Fire went on sale a week and a half ago. Tracking the Nexus 7's initial Web traffic in July, Chitika found that the tablet was off to an impressive start but trailed such rivals as the original Kindle Fire and Samsung's Galaxy Tab. However, Web traffic for the Nexus soared shortly after it started to reach consumers.
Both tablets offer the same starting price of $199, which puts them on even ground, The current Fire HD is available only as a 7-inch Wi-Fi edition, Amazon plans to unveil two 8.9-inch versions in November, one Wi-Fi only and one equipped with 4G LTE, The Nexus 7 comes strictly as a 7-inch Wi-Fi classic case with glass screen protector for apple iphone x and xs - navy device, but a recent rumor claims that Google will soon offer a 3G version, Barnes & Noble just upped its game by announcing 7-inch Nook HD and 9-inch Nook HD+ tablets, slated to debut this fall, So the tablet wars are likely to heat up even further..
Given enough time, will the Fire HD catch up with the Nexus 7 in demand, at least as tracked by Chitika? Or will the new Nook tablets beat the pack? We'll have to check back with the ad network later this year to find out. The new Fire is seeing strong demand, according to ad impressions from Chitika, but Google's Nexus 7 is at the top of the charts in Web traffic. Amazon's new Kindle Fire HD is off to a good start in the market, yet the Nexus 7 remains the tablet to beat, at least in the eyes of mobile ad network Chitika.