Tablets have become a mainstream commodity these days and if you are curious enough to take a peek at what people actually use, you’ll be stunned to find that they all seem to agree – the Apple tablet.
A new report coming from Chitika indicates the exact same thing – at least here in the U.S. According to their findings, the iPad alone has produced up to 82.4% of the overall American tablet traffic during the month May 2013.
Chitika calculated these numbers taking into account the 4 billion ads per month is has set up over 300,000 sites. Therefore, when reading this survey one should bear in mind that the data presented in it only accounts for the Chitika network. However, this doesn’t mean the overall data is somehow misguided. On the contrary, other studies have shown the exact same trend - the iPad being used more often than other tablets, thus generating more traffic. This is the fifth time the iPad has been rated the first tablet traffic producer in the US by Chitika.
Coming in at number two is the Amazon Kindle Fire, of course. We have become accustomed in seeing it in this position and according to Chitika, it generates 6.5% of the overall traffic. Up next we have Android tablets like the Samsung Galaxy Tablets, Google Nexus Tablets and other Android tablets.
For more in depth understanding of tablet produced traffic, Chitika also released information regarding tablet trends covering the months of March, April and May. The different types of iPads still dominated the top while the Amazon Kindle Fire took the runner up position.