Cnet reports today that according to new figures from Chitika, the iPad is as dominant as ever in terms of its share of Web traffic impressions, accounting for around 91%, as sampled by Chitikaâ€™s Ad network between June 4th and 10th. Great news for Apple, despite the slight dip of 3.5% from 94% back in May. The Galaxy tab is far behind in second place, with just 1.7% of tablet Web traffic. Possibly the most significant finding in these new figures is the fact that Barnes & Nobleâ€™s Nook has now overtaken the Kindle Fire in terms of Web traffic impressions, with the Nook having an increased 0.85% share, and the Kindle Fireâ€™s share remaining static at 0.71%. Chitika predicts that although Appleâ€™s iPad still rules the roost at present, it will eventually fall off, as more and more tablets are released, and in particular with the advent of Windows 8 tablets in the fourth quarter of this year.
Source: iPad still dominates tablet traffic, but Nook surges past Kindle Fire | Internet & Media - CNET News