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German online mobile traffic dominated by iPhones - data

Tuesday 5 July 2011 | 16:54 CET | News
Apple accounted for 81.86 percent of the German mobile phone market in Q2 2011, according to data from WebTrekk. For mobile operating systems, Android saw strong growth and reached the 10 percent barrier for the first time, as the expense of the Symbian operating system, which saw its market share fall, to 2.6 percent. Almost half (45.5%) of all mobile online traffic in Germany in Q2 2011 came from iPhones with iOS4. The iPad accounted for 28.1 percent of mobile online traffic, up 3.5 percent from Q1 2011.

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Countries: Germany
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