Apple iOS Takes Over Double Google Android UK Market Share

. June 23, 2011 . 1 Comment

Apple’s iOS took a 65% share, with Android accounting for 31%, and other platforms (BlackBerry, Windows Mobile/Phone, webOS and feature phones) taking a 3% share, according to industry body the GSMA, reports the Guardian.

The Guardian reports goes on to say:

“comScore provided Apps Blog with some separate figures from its MobiLens research, showing device market share for smartphones in the UK in April. According to those figures, 27.6% of smartphone users were on iPhone that month, 24.7% on Android, 23.6% on Symbian, 18.1% on BlackBerry and 3.8% on Windows Mobile or Windows Phone 7 devices.

Compare the two pieces of research, and you see iPhone is hugely over-indexing in terms of connected app usage, Android is doing pretty well, but Symbian – 23.6% of active smartphones but a mere 1% of connected app users – hardly presents an appealing prospect to developers making those connected apps.”

Read more: http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/appsblog/2011/jun/22/iphone-android-apps-share

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  1. WebhostUK says:

    Apple is growing high in IT market, I sure they will soon be the most famous company online ,will surely rank higher than facebook once they are up with there icloud products.

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