Last year I posted a few Geekzone Browser and OS stats, mainly as a response for a request from NBR's Chris Keall. I just thought looking at the numbers early in the year (and later again this year) will be fun, so here are a couple of interesting numbers charts/tables. We are looking at numbers from more than 700,000 unique visitors in a 30 day period.
First is the % of browser by visits to Geekzone and I am surprised that both Internet Explorer and Firefox are down. A few months ago Firefox passed Internet Explorer as the most used browser to access Geekzone, but now they are both in the same % level - and both down. Not surprising is Google Chrome, which seems to be up 100% since the last time I looked at it:
Just for an idea, of those using Internet Explorer, 59.40% use IE8, 26.89% use IE7 and 13.65% still use IE6.
Next is the % of Operating System by visits to Geekzone. I haven't published these numbers before, so I can't compare. There's a distinct lack of mobile browsers here since we launched the Geekzone Mobile and we automatically redirect those mobile users to the new site. But no surprises here:
Now let's look at Geekzone mobile, which runs on its own domain and obviously has a much smaller user base - we are talking about 30,000 unique visits a month. First the distribution of mobile Operating System:
And now another interesting one, the distribution of users through mobile network access (although I have no idea where Google got that "Service Mobile Corporation" from, but it seems WHOIS for those visitors don't have a specific mobile operator name). From here I see a few more Telecom users access our site from a mobile device than Vodafone users do:
UPDATE: someone pointed out that "Service Provider Corporation" is how Telecom is identified in some speedtest.net reports, so if this is the case it pushes Telecom mobile users numbers even higher than those from Vodafone.
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