Mobile browser usage hits 20% for the first time ever

Continuing in the IE8 vs iPad vein, Computerworld noted yesterday that mobile devices now generate > 20% of the world’s browsing activity. Hardly surprising for PC makers or corporate CIOs or practically anyone who can read for that matter 🙂

Mobile browsing went from  13% to over 20% usage share in just 12 months [Data: StatCounter]
Mobile browsing went from 13% to over 20% usage share in just 12 months [Data: StatCounter]
Barely 11 months ago in January, mobile was just 13%. It’s shot up to 20% in no time. Strong evidence not only for the fact that every organization needs to have a mobile strategy but also for the fact that software vendors like frevvo must focus on mobile to avoid becoming irrelevant and not waste scarce time, energy and $$$ on IE8.

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