iOS and Android now control 95% of all mobile web browsing in the United States.
iOS, however, leads the way. That’s according to the findings of a new study from Quantcast and investment firm Piper Jaffray, which indicate that iOS claims a 65 percent market share.
By comparison, Android’s share of mobile browsing is just 30 percent.
The new study also reveals that as Android and iOS continue to grow, other mobile platforms continue to struggle, collectively dropping from 11 to 4.66 percent during the same period of time.
The new report is based on data gleaned from more than 1 billion monthly page views tracked by Quantcast and Piper Jaffray.
“The data also confirms what we already knew from previous studies,” says Jacob Kleinman of TechnoBuffalo. “iPhone owners are more active in general on their devices than their Android counterparts, while iPad users make up 84 percent of the web traffic coming from tablets.”