Mobile Commerce: 9 Out Of 10 Dollars Spent Through iPad

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9:31 PM EST April 15th, 2012

That’s right — shoppers on their iPads account for 89 percent of all dollars spent through mobile shopping sessions. A new study breaks down how often iPad users shop, how much they spend, what items they buy, and when they shop. 

The study, conducted by e-commerce merchant partner RichRelevance, is based on 4.4 billion shopping sessions, logged between April 2011 and March 2012. The full infographic designed by RichRelevance is embedded below.

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