published April 3rd, 2012 | categories: Uncategorized | all categories
According to ComScore, Google’s Android platform has earned over 50% of the mobile platform distribution. ComScore goes on to say that “More than 104 million people in the U.S. owned smartphones during the three months ending in February, up 14 percent versus November. Google Android’s share of the smartphone market eclipsed 50 percent in February, an increase of 17 percentage points since February 2011. Apple ranked second with 30.2 percent of the smartphone market (up 5 percentage points versus year ago), followed by RIM at 13.4 percent, Microsoft at 3.9 percent and Symbian at 1.5 percent.”
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