Battle of iOS vs Android continues as a new report from Piper Jaffray shows that mobile traffic on iOS continues to lead Android. From the last two months, February and March of 2013, mobile traffic averaged better than 65 percent over Android at 30 percent. These stats are samples taken from sites as Answers.com, Tumblr, ChaCha, Examiner, LinkedIn, Bleacher Report, Hubpages, White Pages, Squidoo, and Dictionary.com.
Gene Munster, respected Analyst with Piper Jaffray believes that the increase in iOS smartphones sold with carriers as AT&T and Verizon are driving force behind these increased traffic numbers. Also, iPhone users seem to be more engaged with their phones over Android users on a daily basis. Finally, Munster concludes that “we believe that iOS’s contribution from tablets, which are likely to generate more traffic than a smartphone, is greater than Android’s. We believe that iOS is likely to continue to lead in mobile traffic generation in the US for at least the remainder of the year.”