ComScore on Tuesday announced the results of a three month study on the smartphone market in the United States. The research firm found Google’s Android operating system has continued to grow, increasing its market share from 47.3% in December to 51% in March. Apple’s iOS accounted for 30.7% of all smartphone subscribers in the U.S., an increase from 29.6% in December.
comScore's mobile subscriber stats are in for the month and Android continues to top U.S. smartphone share over Apple and RIM. Additionally, during the three month average period ending March 2011, Samsung was top handset manufactur... Read Post
It looks like yet again more data to support that Google's Android platform is eating away at the share of other smartphone operating systems, including RIM and Apple. ComScore's smartphone numbers were just released today, which me... Read Post