While it hasn't matched the traffic the iPad has been receiving, Google's Nexus 7 tablet's traffic has enjoyed an increase of 135 percent from July. The iPad accounted for 91 percent of all tablet traffic, according to Chitika's tablet market share report. The Nexus 7, meanwhile, represents just 0.33 percent of total web traffic.
The Android-powered tablet that accounts for the most traffic is Samsung's Galaxy Tab, with the device representing 2.5 percent of tablet web traffic. Chitika said combined traffic stemming from Samsung's 7- and 10-inch tablets is double the amount from any other Android tablet.
"In order to make the graph readable, we had to measure other tablets on a 'per 100 iPad impressions' scale," a spokesman said.
As for market share for Google's tablet, the Nexus 7 has certainly made its mark, subsequently leading to the iPad's 81 percent market share from 2011 being decreased to 52 percent this year.
The search engine giant is due to announce a new iteration of the Nexus tablet on October 29.