The web analytics company, Clicky, is reporting that the Motorola DROID is already accounting for 23% of all Android web traffic. The numbers are based on the 150,000 sites running Clicky analytics, which is a pretty solid sample size. Check out the numbers below (keeping in mind that the device was only released last week):
According to our own numbers, the DROID is making up about 18% of our current Android traffic. On top of that, over the past week, we’ve started seeing a couple hits coming in from devices running 2.1, which we can only hope is the OTA update which is supposed to be arriving in the next month or so.