iPad hits a new high in Web share usage; Samsung hits a new low

A new report from Chitika on Tuesday shows that Apple’s iPad is still growing its Web share usage. The iPad is now at 84.3%, its highest mark since the beginning of 2013.

The iPad grew by almost two percentage points from 82.4% to reach its new high, according to Chitika. This marks the second straight month of gains for Apple.

Following in second and third place are the Amazon Kindle Fire and the Samsung Galaxy family of products, respectively.

The Kindle has dropped its share for the past few months going from 7.4% down to 5.7% for the most recent report. Samsung hasn’t done any better. It dropped from 4.7% to 4.2% in the most recent report.

I ask the same question every time I see reports like this—What are people doing with those other tablets? Clearly, they are not going online.