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Global market share by operating systems

This chart shows the percent change in global market share for smartphone operating systems between 2012 and 2013. Android has reported the biggest growth in market share with a 15% increase. This growth can be attributed to the variety of phones that are Android enabled. iOS, which is only available on the Apple iPhone, dropped in market share by nearly 5%. Microsoft's Window's Phone also overtook Blackberry during 2013.

Global market share by operating systems. This chart shows the percent change in global market share for smartphone operating systems between 2012 and 2013. Android has reported the biggest growth in market share with a 15% increase. This growth can be attributed to the variety of phones that are Android enabled. iOS, which is only available on the Apple iPhone, dropped in market share by nearly 5%. Microsoft's Window's Phone also overtook Blackberry during 2013.

23/08/2013  |  Full story...

Top Smartphone platforms by share of users: EU5

In July 2011, nearly 1 in 4 smartphone users in EU5 reported using smartphones running on the Google Android platform. Between July 2010 and July 2011, Android increased its market share by 16.2 percentage points to 22.3 percent.

Top Smartphone platforms by share of users: EU5. In July 2011, nearly 1 in 4 smartphone users in EU5 reported using smartphones running  on the Google Android platform. Between July 2010 and July 2011, Android increased its market share by 16.2 percentage points to 22.3 percent.<br />

22/09/2011  |  Full story...

Top smartphone platforms: US

82.2 million people inthe US owned smartphones during the three months ending July 2011, up 10% from the preceding three month period. Google Android ranked as the top smartphone platform with 41.8% market share, up 5.4%.

Top smartphone platforms: US. 82.2 million people inthe US owned smartphones during the three months ending July 2011, up 10% from the preceding three month period. Google Android ranked as the top smartphone platform with 41.8% market share, up 5.4%.

20/09/2011  |  Full story...

Top 5 mobiles and platforms in the US: Samsung and Android lead the pack

More than 80 million Americans now own smartphones, with Samsung and Android being the top manufacturer and operating system respectively, according to new data. comScore has revealed key trends in the U.S. mobile phone industry during the three month average period ending July 2011.

The study surveyed more than 30,000 U.S. mobile subscribers and found Samsung to be the top handset manufacturer overall with 25.5 percent market share. Google Android continued to gain ground in the smartphone market reaching 41.8 percent market share.

01/09/2011

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App developer survey: Android army catching Apple

Although iOS development remains strong that the Android army is catching on fast, with developer interest in Android and Windows 7 growing at the expense of iOS, according to a new poll. GetJar, a free mobile apps store, has just completed its latest App Meter Developer Poll, surveying 300 developers across its network in collaboration with several of its ecosystem partners including Inmobi, Urban Airship, Device Anywhere and SV Android Meet-up. Although iOS development remains strong (80% currently developing for iPhone and 59% developing for iPad) that the Android army is catching on fast.

17/08/2011  |  Full story...

Top 5 smartphone operating systems

Global market share, 2010 forecast. Top 5 smartphone operating systems. Global market share, 2010 forecast.

02/10/2010

Digital Intelligence February 2010

Digital Strategy data - Digital Intelligence February 2010

Pepsi ditched the Superbowl, The Guardian newspaper ditched its regionals, TV adspend took another nail in the coffin, and UK politicians decided to make 100meg broadband an election issue. Brands, media and policy makers: channel switches are everywhere.

The mobile channels will dominate this year's switch the way social media did last year. Mobile wars are intensifying with Nokia's Ovi Maps set to decimate TomTom, Blackberry getting Kindle, and Google refocusing on the small screen ahead of a fusion with social media. But mobile isn't just for global giants - every brand needs a mobile digital strategy to reach customers in the right places through the routes they want. Building the technology and platforms is the easy bit; translating customer needs into the right services is way tougher.

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26/02/2010

Symbian opens smartphone platform to developers

Mobile software maker Symbian has made its smartphone platform open source, letting developers use and modify the platform's underlying source code for any purpose. Until now, the source code for the platform was only open to members of the Symbian organisation. The Symbian 3 platform, including applications, middleware, and the kernel itself, will be offered under terms of the Eclipse Public License and other open source licenses.

05/02/2010

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