The latest comScore MobiLens report was released this week, covering the three month time frame ending in May 2011. According to their findings there are now more than 76 million smart phone users in the United States, up 11 percent from the three month period …
It’s the start of a new month which means it’s time for more surveys, reports, and findings to start rolling in. Among the first this month comes the comScore MobiLens report which looks at the US mobile scene. Their findings indicate that Android has grown …
Following Millennial Media’s findings this morning, it’s Gartner’s turn to drop their latest figures on us. How has Android been doing in terms of sales over the last few months? Very well, thank you. According to Gartner, more than 36 million Android devices were shipped …
Come back-to-school time Android users will have more apps to choose from than their Apple counterparts. At least that is what the latest Distimo report tells us. Android is growing its number of apps faster than Apple, even with tablets entering the fray. We’v already …
Android is now the preferred mobile operating system for customers looking to pick up a new smart phone. And the preferred mobile OS for people who just bought a smart phone. And the preferred… Well you see where we’re going. Nielsen dropped a nice little …
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 …
The Android team released their latest figures this week and it shows us that more than 90 percent of all users are running 2.1 or higher. At 61.3 percent v2.2 (Froyo) is the dominant build of Android, followed by v2.1 (Eclair) at 29.0 percent. Honeycomb …
Another day, another confirmation that Android is taking over the world. This time we learn that Android grew 1,580 percent in Q4 in Western Europe.
After eclipsing Symbian, iOS, and RIM, Android shows no sign of letting up. Where will it stop? One expert believes that number is somewhere around 80 percent.
The latest Millennial Media report (NOV ’10) is out today and it shows Android and iPhone in virtual tie for first place in smart phone OS share. With 38 percent a piece, Android and iOS devices double the next closest platform, RIM, who sits at 19 percent of the pie.
There’s nothing quite like a graph to help understand figures, estimates, and averages. It’s one thing to read about Android’s growth and RIM’s decline, but it’s entirely different when you see it in graphical form.
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