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Auto Trader mobile has announced that it achieved 2.2m unique users in the month of January 2012.
The brand says that this represents 150% growth in car searches made via mobile in the past year.
Following on from a successful iPhone app, Auto Trader released a version for the iPad last week.
The launch is in response to growing levels of traffic on autotrader.co.uk from Apple's tablets. In the last six months, traffic from these devices has grown by 133%.
I've been checking the new iPad app out...
Motoring website Auto Trader launched its first iPhone app two weeks ago. Though the DVLA has since forced it to remove the number plate recognition feature, it remains a very useful app.
I've been talking to Director of Mobile Nick Gee about the new iPhone app, and Auto Trader's mobile strategy.
Auto Trader has been forced to remove a key feature from its iPhone app, just two weeks after it was released.
The DVLA has a problem with the image recognition element of the app, which allows users to take a photo of a car license plate and get results from dealers selling that make and model.
Motoring website Auto Trader has recently launched a new version of its site in beta, updating the technology behind the site and introducing a more modern design.
The Auto Trader mobile website was impressive when I reviewed it recently, so I've decided to have a closer look at the new desktop site. It's a pretty big site, so I've confined my review to a used car search...
A study of automotive website usability has named the Audi website as the best by a manufacturer, with Volvo and Mini the runners up.
The eDigitalResearch study was commissioned by Auto Trader, and looks at various features of car websites, including selector tools and customer service options.
I've been looking at some of the winners' websites...