“A new analysis of iPad user data has revealed some interesting trends among Apple product owners, including the fact that the landscape orientation may be more popular than portrait,” Neil Hughes reports for AppleInsider.

“In the first edition of its new monthly usage report, Onswipe revealed that, among the users it tracks, 59.8 percent prefer landscape mode, while the remaining 41.2 percent choose portrait,” Hughes reports. “The data comes from 127 million users served over the last two years by its media publishing platform.”

Hughes reports, “The iPad remains the dominant platform among tablet users tracked by Onswipe, accounting for 94.1 percent of traffic. Amazon’s Kindle Fire comes in second with just 4.1 percent, while Android tablets are 1.8 percent.”

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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]