| May 1, 2009 |
iPod Touch Usage Growing Faster Than the iPhone
Net Market Share from Net Applications tracks data that provides valuable insight into significant trends for internet usage. The iPhone has been a huge success for both Apple and AT&T primarily by providing a platform and network to browse from a mobile device with the speed, ease and features of a desktop. But, the iPod Touch with Safari browsing over WiFi is gaining traction.
The iPod Touch has a faster growing share of overall browsing than the iPhone. From November 2008 to April 2009, the iPod Touch share of overall usage has increased from .05% to .15% (300%), while iPhone share has increased from.37% to .55% (49%).
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- Vincent Vizzaccaro