According to the latest studies from Strategy Analytics, global tablet shipments reached 25 million this year. The bigger news behind that? Apple’s tablet share fell from 64% in Q3 2011 to 57% now, leaving Android tablets room to take 41% of the market share.
One day after Apple’s big iPhone 5 news day, an accolade for Apple in the tablet category: J.D. Power and Associates has put the brand at the top of its annual tablet customer satisfaction survey. This is the first time that the influential pollster has tracked U.S.
I'm trying to check the statistics for an app that I lunched for both ios and android users.
I've implemented both flurry and Google analytics to be on the safe side and check what gives me the best answers to what i need.
I have noticed that while flurry gives me a good point of view on ios and android, Google analytics does not.
Mobile analytics company Flurry has raised $12.5 million in new funding, as first revealed in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission and confirmed by a Flurry spokesperson.
The company started out as an app developer before shifting its focus to analytics and then using its data for advertising.
The growth of tablet sales has been outstripping that of more traditional desktop and laptop personal computers for a while, and now it looks like we are finally approaching the tablet/PC tipping point, where the cheaper, more portable tablet is becoming the de facto PC: 2014 will be the year that tablets account for 50% of all “PCs” shipped globally, according to researchers at Canaly
Android tablets have finally joined their phone counterpart up top. According to ABI Research, tablets running Android outsold Apple’s iPad in Q2 of 2013. Revenue for the entire tablet market hit $12.7 billion in that quarter.
The Blogosphere is buzzing about Flurry Analytics research that compares app store sales and app revenues from the Apple (AAPL), Amazon (AMZN) and Google (GOOG) app stores. But which app store is best of channel partners and ISVs (independent software vendors)? Hmmm… The VAR Guy would like to shift the conversation a bit.
App stores for tablets and smart phones are sexy.