The Chrome browser is still increasing its market share, and the shift from desktop to mobile continues.
At The Wireless things are very different: Chrome 45%, Safari (in app) 22%, Safari 13.8%, Firefox 8.1%, IE 7.8%, Android 3.3%
And at The Wireless, iOS 31.6%, Windows 31%, Android 21.7%, Mac 13.5%, Linux .93%, Win Phone 0.6%
In June 2012 mobile was 16% of our traffic. In November 2013 it was 29%. In March 2014 it was 23.4% mobile and 10.8% for tablet, making 34.2%. In September 2014 it was 61.8%, 26.3% mobile and 11.8% for tablet. Feb 2015 it was 55.5% desktop, 32.8% mobile and 11% for tablet.
As at the end of July 2015 it is 53% desktop, 34% mobile, and 12.4% tablet.
At The Wireless it is 47% mobile, 45% desktop, and 7.4% tablet.
I should note that the sudden skew to mobile at The Wireless is because several of their stories have done well internationally, and much of that traffic was mobile.