Browser marketshare data from Net Applications indicates Apple's iOS devices accounted for over 2 percent of global web traffic in January 2011, while Google Chrome jumped more than one percentage point to 10.7 percent. Interestingly, Windows marketshare also dropped below 90 percent, to 89.7 percent.
Mobile Apple hardware reached a milestone today as new findings showed iOS cracking two percent share of the web for the first time. The iPad, iPhone and iPod reached 2.06 percent of Net Applications' traffic study worldwide and were in even higher use in certain areas. In English-native and other more mobile-driven countries, the share was disproportionately higher, ranging from 3.4 percent in the US to almost 10 percent in Singapore.
Google also reached a historic point as data showed Chrome entering the double digits for the first time. The browser jumped the majority of a point to 10.7 percent.