Android still on top
Android is the most popular operating system for mobile devices in Poland. Microsoft products are still the Polish internet users’ favourites.
Gemius has checked whether the Polish online population connect the internet using the same OS’s as last year. It turned out they do. The website traffic measurement shows that mobile devices owners still connect the web with Google’s Android (nearly 7 per cent of all traffic in Poland). Also popular is iOS, dedicated to tablets and smartphones by Apple (2 per cent) as well as the latest Microsoft mobile system – Windows Phone 8 (0.4 per cent).
The operating system the internet users use most often remains Windows 7 (47 per cent of online traffic). As it was last year, the second position is taken by Windows XP (26 per cent), and Windows Vista (7 per cent) comes third.
On a year-to-year basis, it was Android that gained most, with its online traffic share increasing fourfold (from 2 per cent to 7 per cent). Its main competitors also noted some growth: iOS (from 1 per cent to 2 per cent) and Windows Phone 8, which made its market debut in October 2012 (increase up to 0.4 per cent).
The operating system the internet users use most often remains Windows 7 (47 per cent of online traffic). As it was last year, the second position is taken by Windows XP (26 per cent), and Windows Vista (7 per cent) comes third. The most considerable growth year-to year – almost sixfold – was noted for Windows 8, launched in late October 2012 (increase to 6 per cent). On the other hand, the most dramatic fall, by nearly one-third, was recorded for Windows XP (from 36 per cent to 26 per cent).
The data quoted originates from Gemius internet sites traffic measurement (gemiusTraffic) conducted by Gemius in more than 20 countries in Europe, Middle East and North Africa (EMEA region).