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March 28, 2010, 12:55 pm — By

Admob recently published one of its very interesting reports, showing that Android has been having a great time over the past year. Their study details mobile Internet traffic segmentation and growth for 3 main categories of devices: feature phones, smartphones and MIDs. Surprisingly enough MIDs got the largest growth,...

November 24, 2009, 12:47 pm — By

AdMob, the market research and analytics company that Google will be acquiring soon has just released the metrics report for October 2009. This study includes the market share figures and mobile phone analytics for all major brands in the telecom industry. Let’s have a look at how Android’s doing: Android Phones...

November 9, 2009, 1:30 pm — By

Google has just announced that it’ll spend $750 million in stock to acquire mobile display ad company AdMob. This company is famous for serving ads on iPhones and recently it has started serving them on Android phones as well. AdMob seems to fit Google’s advertising business model, so it’ll be an advantage...

October 4, 2009, 8:50 am — By

AdMob is one of the largest mobile ad networks, that releases a monthly report, showing online ads statistics. One of these stats has shown that Android is eating out of  Nokia’s market share, while the iPhone continues to rule the mobile web browsing segment. Keep in mind that these statistics are not 100% accurate,...

May 28, 2009, 7:56 am — By

A study recently performed by AdMob shows that Apple’s handsets generated 59% of the U.S. smartphone traffic in April. Surprisingly enough, the percentage favours Apple worlwide, 43% of the mobile web traffic coming from iPhones. This info is included in the AdMob Mobile Metrics Report for April 2009, released just...

April 25, 2009, 10:25 am — By

AdMob has just released its March 2009 Mobile Metrics report, analysing the monthly trends in the AdMob Network. You can check it out for yourself, by downloading this PDF report and we have to say that the most important aspect of this document is the growth of Android. HTC Dream (G1) generates 2% of AdMob’s US...

November 23, 2008, 1:04 pm — By

AdMob’s recent report shows that the iPhone 3G is the world’s top device for mobile ad traffic, as the handset was responsible for 4.1% of the company’s monthly ad requests in the July – October time period. These requests went from 28 million, in July to 236 million last month. The statistics only...

October 18, 2008, 6:45 pm — By

If you were just wondering how the mobile market is looking right now and just which numbers support the telecom industry, AdMob comes with answers. We found out some new things and also got old information reconfirmed. In the US, 16 of the first 20 devices are new from September 2007. What do the first one of these have...