Operating systems, browsers, mobile devices and mobile screen sizes on Adafruit on #blackfriday 2014 compared to 2013
Here are the operating systems, browsers, mobile devices and mobile screen sizes on Adafruit on blackfriday 2014 compared to 2013.
Mobile screen sizes.
And here’s what others are seeing…
Online sales on Black Friday grew more than 20 percent year over year, according to several industry studies, a sign that brick-and-mortar’s biggest shopping day is becoming a hit on the web as well.
Studies from Adobe, ChannelAdvisor and Custora indicate that Black Friday sales this year increased somewhere between 20.6 percent and 24 percent over 2013. Sales completed on tablets and mobile phones accounted for between 27 percent and 30 percent of all sales, according to these studies.
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