The three above-mentioned devices accounts for 1.1% of all hardware on the Internet during August, more than the 0.85% by Linux and only 0.2% by Android devices. Yes I know we’re mixing mobile devices and (usually) computer operating systems here, but it’s interesting that iOS does more surfing than Linux does, I think.
Here on TechPatio.com for the past three months, iOS devices account for 5% of all visits and Linux for 1.83% – not really surprising when you look at the topics we write about (almost never anything Linux-related).
Interestingly, also on TechPatio, Windows is up to 68% and Mac only 23% but I think that’s mostly due to Caroline Wozniacki’s breasts, which I’m getting a ton of traffic for lately because of the success that Wozniacki is having in the United States at the moment and according to Google Analytics, 86% of my Wozniacki fans are on Windows so that might skew the total statistics a little bit.
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Just wanted to thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment about the CommentLuv post. I responded about the 301 redirects. There are actually two really important reasons that make switching FeedBurner over to direct links a needed process even knowing they are redirected.
Time to get our websites more mobile friendly!