Android Puts Space Between Competition
It’s time to trumpet the arrival of yet another comScore survey. Their latest report is out and we’ve learned that there are now nearly 70 million smart phone users in the United States* and one in three runs Android. With 33 percent market share Android is beginning to pull away from other platforms as RIM now accounts for 28.9 percent and Apple comes in third at 25.2 percent. This is not the first survey to show Android beating out the competition and it won’t be the last. What we should be taking away from these findings is that as smart phone adoption continues to increase, more people are turning to Android over any other OS. In fact, with 0.2% growthApple is the only platform to see growth outside of Android.
Oh, we should also point out that Microsoft is at 7.7 percent with Palm at 2.8 percent, both losing ground from the three month period that ended in November 2010.
*3 Month Avg. Ending Feb. 2011 vs. 3 Month Avg. Ending Nov. 2010
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