Apple’s Mac grabs 13.74% U.S. web share; iOS takes 61.58% U.S. mobile web share

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Net Applications’ NetMarketShare’s Worldwide Desktop Operating System Market Share, September 2011

Net Applications' NetMarketShare's Worldwide Desktop Operating System Market Share, September 2011
Source: Net Applications' NetMarketShare

In August 2011, Windows was 92.90% and Mac was 6.03%.
 
 

Net Applications’ NetMarketShare’s U.S. Desktop Operating System Market Share, September 2011

Net Applications' NetMarketShare's U.S. Desktop Operating System Market Share, September 2011
Source: Net Applications' NetMarketShare

In August 2011, Windows was 84.30% and Mac was 13.36%.
 
 

Net Applications’ NetMarketShare’s Worldwide Mobile/Tablet Operating System Market Share, September 2011

Net Applications' NetMarketShare's Worldwide Mobile/Tablet Operating System Market Share, September 2011
Source: Net Applications' NetMarketShare

In August 2011, iOS was 53.04%, Java ME was 20.57%, Android was 15.98%, Symbian was 6.21%, and BlackBerry was 3.33%.
 
 

Net Applications’ NetMarketShare’s U.S. Mobile/Tablet Desktop Operating System Market Share, September 2011

Net Applications' NetMarketShare's U.S. Mobile/Tablet Desktop Operating System Market Share, September 2011
Source: Net Applications' NetMarketShare

In August 2011, iOS was 61.13%, Android was 30.91%, BlackBerry was 6.21%, Windows Phone was 0.50%, and Symbian was 0.45%.
 
 

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