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June 7, 2011, 3:00 am — By

comScore’s monthly smartphone stats are in, with the company reporting predictable results. Android for one is growing rapidly, while iOS passed RIM’s BlackBerry in April. Meanwhile, Windows Phone 7 doesn’t seem to be gaining market share, but rather losing it, going down 0.8% in April. Android grew 1.7%...

April 2, 2011, 11:13 am — By

comScore statistics are a good way to see which phone manufacturer is selling the most goods and in February it seems that the Verizon iPhone was the most acquired model. The data we have on the handsets comes from the comScore MobiLens service, reporting key trends in the telecom biz, based on a 3 month average. 30,000...

March 1, 2011, 9:48 am — By

The following infographics is pretty revealing, if you want to understand the current status of the mobile OS market. The data it uses comes from Statcounter, meaning that it’s not necessarily accurate, but still, it seems pretty realistic. As you can see, Apple rules Canada and the USA, followed by BlackBerry and...

February 3, 2011, 3:31 am — By

A recent Nielsen study has shown that although Android was recently named the world’s best shipping smartphone platform, the competition is actually tighter with BlackBerry and iOS devices. The graphs below are also a proof of the current status of mobile operating systems. Nobody is clearly on top, and the competition...

November 29, 2010, 6:30 pm — By

After having great results in some part of Asia, where it surpassed Symbian, Android is now gunning for Europe, as analysts predict it’ll soon take over the international market. IDC analyst Francisco Jeronimo spoke to Bloomberg and claimed that Android will top Symbian in 2011, at least in Europe. Over the last...

August 6, 2010, 5:44 am — By

Android’s market share is continuously increasing and according to the latest stats provided by Nielsen, Google’s OS has finally managed to overtake the iPhone in new subscriptions. This performance happened in Q2 2010 and we have to mention that right now 25% of the mobile market is now made out of smartphone...

July 3, 2010, 6:05 am — By

Admob’s monthly report is something we love, because it shows the evolution of mobile operating systems and platforms, as seen through the eyes of a company serving numerous mobile ads. This time, they published the figures for the last two years, revealing clearly that the iPhone and Android are ruling the market. America...

March 30, 2010, 12:36 pm — By

AdMob and its useful statistics are back, this time to measure the success of the Android platform and the iPhone OS. We remind you that AdMob serves around 10 billion ads per month to over 15,000 mobile websites and apps, so they have all the ad impressions in the world to examine and interpret. Android is coming strong...

March 11, 2010, 2:44 pm — By

Comscore recently published a smartphone report, showing statistics from October 2009 to January 2010 and revealing the incredible growth of the Android platform. The chart below is pretty clear on that matter, showing Android’s over 4% jump in share of smartphone subscribers. Google’s wonderkid is second last...

February 24, 2010, 10:51 am — By

Gartner has just revealed a bunch of figures showing the sales of smartphones in 2009. From these we learn that Apple’s iPhone doubled its international smartphone market share to 14.4%, up 6.2% from 2008, while Nokia’s Symbian high end devices keep their first place in this segment. Nokia’s market share...