iPad Owns 91% Of Tablet Ad Impressions [STUDY]

Both Samsung and Apple companies are leading the best marketing selling in the whole world wide. Either you are an Android user or an Apple fanboy, probably you should check the following study from State of Mobile report.

According to a new study made by State of Mobile, new numbers out today show Apple’s iOS is trouncing Google and it is the iPad that’s leading the way. Indeed, the Apple tablet was the target of more than 91 percent of mobile ad impressions.

What’s more, despite a near neck-and-neck race in terms of ad impressions on smartphones, the iPhone outperforms Android handsets for hauling in ad revenue. For example, while Android smartphones deliver 30.5 percent of mobile ad impressions, the platform receives just 27.7 percent of the revenue.

By comparison, although the iPhone receives 30.8 percent of impressions, it gets 36.44 percent of revenue, according to a mobile ad analytic firm Opera Mediaworks…
“Overall, iOS is the clear market leader in both impression volume and revenue generation, capturing nearly 44 percent of all ad impressions and almost half of all revenue,”
The report also shows that both iPhone and iPod Touch devices together had 43.7 percent of ad impressions, the Android platform captured 31.2 percent, with the ‘Other’ category getting 16.2 percent, followed by Symbian at 5.1 percent, BlackBerry at 3.3 percent and Windows at a paltry 0.2 percent.
However, Apple’s iconic smartphone “still triumphs in terms of monetization,” according to Opera Mediaworks. What’s more, when it comes to Android tablets, “their market share is still almost imperceptible.”

In fact, the South Korean company accounts for 58.45 percent of mobile ad impressions delivered to Android devices. HTC is the No. 2 Android manufacturer in terms of ads, delivering 10.8 percent of ads from devices powered by Google’s software.

Another intriguing nugget from the ad study is in-app ads are preferred by users more than mobile web ads. In-app ads were clicked-on 1.5 percent of the time, versus 1.1 percent for mobile web ads.

So what do you think guys about this study ?


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