I have just published a Google doc of eight years of Operating System, Browser and Mobile data for www.radionz.co.nz.
I have also included a couple of graphs such as this one showing the decline of desktop use (click to see a larger version).
There are other interesting trends – the decline of IE, the decline of the Windows desktop OS, and the rise of Chrome (all as a percentage of the market) are also evident in the data.
I have released this data under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, so please share links to anything you do with it in the comments below.
2 thoughts on “8 years of data”
The remarkable thing about the move from desktop to mobile in these graphs is that while the Radio New Zealand site scores well on accessibility, it's not easy to read on mobile phones. To my knowledge, there's no mobile version and the site doesn't seem responsive.
Would it be more pronounced if there was a mobile site?
I'm not sure to be honest, but I suspect it would.
One of the reasons our mobile use is so high already is because of the speed of the site relative to many other news sites.
We start beta testing of our responsive reworking of the site next week.