Following record online sales results for Thanksgiving and Black Friday, Cyber Monday record numbers are in: $2.29 billion in online sales, up 16 percent year-over-year. Furthermore, a record 18.3 percent of sales came from mobile devices, an increase of 80 percent year-over-year. The new figures come from Adobe’s Digital Index 2013 online shopping data, which further broke down the figures to say that 12.7 percent of online sales occurred on tablets and 5.6 percent came from smartphones. The iPad took the lion’s share with 10.1 percent of online sales, while Android based tablets generated just $23 million, or 1 percent of total sales. Social media sites drove $148 Million in online sales between Thanksgiving and Cyber Monday, a two percent share and flat compared to last year. Twitter’s share grew most (up 24 percent) to 9 percent of total online sales.