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Looking similar to what others are seeing - 25 August to 24 September.

Windows		91.69% 	
Macintosh		6.90% 	
Linux			0.87% 	
iPhone			0.30% 	
(not set)		0.08% 	
iPod			0.05% 	
SymbianOS		0.04% 	
BlackBerry		0.03% 	
Android		0.02% 	
SunOS			0.01% 	
Playstation 3		> 0.00% 	
Samsung		> 0.00% 	
Playstation Portable	> 0.00% 	
Sony			> 0.00%

James Moore
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-----Original Message-----
From: Managing institutional Web services [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Dean Hale
Sent: 25 September 2009 11:02
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: iPhone Apps

Hi

interesting to see Nintendo Wii and PS3 starting to make an appearance  
too. - may have to add them to our web kit.
Operating systems: type
#Time period selected From 28-Aug-2009 until 24-Sep-2009
Operating system type	Number	Percentage
Windows		92.4%
Mac OS		5.7%
Linux		0.7%
BlackBerry		< 0.1%
SymbianOS		< 0.1%
Playstation 3	39	< 0.1%
SunOS		< 0.1%
Nintendo Wii		< 0.1%
RISC OS		< 0.1%
FreeBSD		< 0.1%
OS/2		< 0.1%
Unknown	2,080	1.0%

specific makes -
"Most popular phone types"
#Time period selected From 28-Aug-2009 until 24-Sep-2009
"Type","Page views","Percentage"
"Apple iPhone","1,619","39.1%"
"Apple iPod Touch","803","19.4%"
"HTC Dream","414","10.0%"
"Blackberry 8900","191","4.6%"
"Blackberry 9000","134","3.2%"
"Nokia E71","134","3.2%"
"Nokia N97","89","2.2%"
"Nokia 5800 XpressMusic","77","1.9%"
"HTC Touch","73","1.8%"
"Samsung SGH-F480","68","1.6%"
"Nokia N95 8GB","50","1.2%"
"Unknown Unknown","46","1.1%"
"HTC Hero","39","0.9%"
"Blackberry 9500","36","0.9%"
"HTC Magic","36","0.9%"
"Sony-Ericsson W910","28","0.7%"
"Nokia E90","27","0.7%"
"Nokia E63","24","0.6%"
"Samsung SGH-U900","23","0.6%"
"Nokia E75","18","0.4%"
"Nokia N82","18","0.4%"
"Sony-Ericsson K800","18","0.4%"
"LG KP500","14","0.3%"
"Nokia N95","14","0.3%"
"LG U990","12","0.3%"
"Rest","131","3.2%"
screen widths (pixels)

"Mobile screen widths(Segment size=20)"
#Time period selected From 28-Aug-2009 until 24-Sep-2009
"Available screen width","Page views","Percentage"
"120 - 139","9","0.2%"
"160 - 179","5","0.1%"
"240 - 259","430","10.5%"
"320 - 339","3,082","75.4%"
"360 - 379","36","0.9%"
"40 - 59","8","0.2%"
"480 - 499","325","7.9%"
"640 - 659","166","4.1%"
"800 - 819","28","0.7%"
thanks
dean

On 25 Sep 2009, at 10:22, David Bailey wrote:

> I was curious about our own website use through mobile phones, and  
> took a peek at our Google Analytics stats for the last month, sorted  
> by OS:
>
> Windows               v:132,952 (80.55%)
> Mac                   v: 29,445 (17.84%)
> Linux                 v:  1,096 ( 0.66%)
> iPhone                v:    733 ( 0.44%)
> iPod                  v:    188 ( 0.11%)
> Symbian               v:    161 ( 0.10%)
> Unknown               v:    112 ( 0.07%)
> Sony                  v:     99 ( 0.06%)
> Samsung               v:     60 ( 0.04%)
> Android               v:     47 ( 0.03%)
> LG                    v:     47 ( 0.03%)
> SunOS                 v:     47 ( 0.03%)
> BlackBerry            v:     42 ( 0.03%)
> Playstation 3         v:      7
> Nintendo Wii          v:      5
> Palm OS               v:      3
> Playstation Portable  v:      2
>
> Looking back at previous months, this is typical of usage data.
>
> Its useful to note that Android reports separately from Linux in  
> Google Analytics.
>
> iPhone and iPod usage accounts for 0.55% of our website traffic,  
> which is 5.7 times greater than the traffic from Symbian OS.  We do  
> have a high proportion of art and music related courses at Bath Spa,  
> as well as a large number of tech-savy staff, which could be the  
> reason behind the high uptake of Apple devices.  It would be  
> interesting to see stats from other universities with a higher  
> proportion of traditional subjects, in order to make a comparison.
>
>
> --
> David Bailey,
> Bath Spa University - Web Manager.
>
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Managing institutional Web services [mailto:WEBSITE-INFO- 
> [log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Andy Powell
> Sent: 23 September 2009 14:36
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: iPhone Apps
>
>> it's hard not to be cynical about this
>
> Yes, agreed (though it endorses my personal - and therefore very  
> limited - experience).
>
> Oddly, a very brief (possibly mal-formed) Google search for  
> information on iPhone-related demographics didn't turn up very much  
> (and particularly not recent info), hence my question about  
> universities' own surveys.
>
> Given the general interest in the use of mobile (student-owned)  
> devices, particularly in the context of learning, it seems odd that  
> we don't have firmer evidence about what students and lecturers (as  
> opposed to, say, learning technologists) actually have their hands  
> on?  (And, to be useful, it seems to me that such evidence does have  
> to be at the "distinguish Android from iPhone" kind of level?).
>
> Andy
>
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>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Sebastian Rahtz [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
>> Sent: 23 September 2009 14:18
>> To: Andy Powell
>> Cc: [log in to unmask]
>> Subject: Re: iPhone Apps
>>
>>
>> On 23 Sep 2009, at 13:24, Andy Powell wrote:
>>
>>>
>>> Do any institutions (or anyone else for that matter) undertake any
>>> kind of snapshots/surveys of the kinds of mobile technology their
>>> new students are bringing with them to uni?
>>
>> yes, we do a freshers survey every year; offhand I don't recall
>> whether we get enough detail to distinguish Android from iPhone
>>
>>>
>>> General iPhone demographics would indicate a typically 'older'
>>> audience?  E.g. http://bit.ly/1CvLQK, which suggests that "74% of
>>> iPhone users are over the age of 25".  Conversely, the iPod Touch
>>> seems to have penetrated the younger market (presumably because of
>>> its 'gaming' orientation?).  E.g., from the same article, " 69% of
>>> iPod touch users are between 13-24 years of age".
>>>
>> its hard not to be cynical about this;
>>
>> "Participants were visitors to domains within the AdMob iPhone  
>> network
>> who were shown survey invitation banners rather than banner ads.  
>> Those
>> who clicked through the survey banner were presented with the mobile
>> survey."
>>
>>
>> so the stats relate to that group of the users who willingly click on
>> a survey invitation banner......
>>
>> --
>> Sebastian Rahtz
>> Information Manager, Oxford University Computing Services
>> 13 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 6NN. Phone +44 1865 283431
>>
>> Sólo le pido a Dios
>> que el futuro no me sea indiferente





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