Chitika: iOS web traffic overtook the Mac in February

“New Chitika traffic data has seen Apple possibly cross a milestone for web use online,” Electronista reports.

“As of February, 8.15 percent of all web traffic being monitored was coming from an iOS device, passing the Mac for the first time with OS X share at 7.96 percent,” Electronista reports. “The two platforms had been converging since October, with the Mac losing share mostly as Apple’s other OS gained prominence.”

Electronista reports, “The gains didn’t reflect a drop in Mac share, which is still climbing relative to Windows PCs, as much as [they reflect] the rapid increase in iOS share.”

Read more in the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]


  1. And how do they determine/track what os you are using?

    Google analytics?
    I block that along with almost every tracking script out there… As do many people.

    Yes I surf a lot on my iOS devices, but I do 10X more on my Mac.

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