The report, which is part of a quarterly series, was based on Monetate data from more than seven billion online shopping sessions that took place during 2Q16 on e-commerce sites in the United States and the United Kingdom.
Some 51% of visits to e-commerce sites came from desktop computers in 2Q16 (down from 58.7% in 2Q15).
Smartphones accounted for 35.4% of traffic (up from 25.7% in 2Q15), and tablets accounted for 13.5% of traffic (down from 15.5% in 2Q15).
Windows devices/computers accounted for 37.9% of all visits to e-commerce sites in 2Q16; iOS devices accounted for 33.5% of all visits; and Android devices accounted for 15.5%.
The average conversion rate for all the sites examined was 3% in 2Q16.
Desktop computers had an average conversion rate of 4% in 2Q16; tablets had an average conversion rate of 3.5%
About the research: The report was based on Monetate data from more than seven billion online shopping sessions that took place during 2Q16 on e-commerce sites in the United States and the United Kingdom.
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