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Android Distribution Numbers Are In Again, Not Too Much Has Changed

The distribution numbers for Android have been released for the previous month, and not much has changed. Let us remind you that last month, they changed how they collect these statistics: Instead of counting people who connected to Google services, it’s just people who visited the Play Store. While that’s not as useful for the average person to see how… Read more

Android Version Distribution Released For January 2013

Though they change very little every time we see them, we’re always excited to see the newest distribution numbers for our favorite mobile OS. Of course, it’s more of what you expect. Gingerbread is dropping, like it should, Ice Cream Sandwich actually dropped a bit, and Jelly Bean is rising at a decent pace. of course, Jelly Bean is still at 13.6%,… Read more

comScore Shows Samsung Is Still On Top, Apple Second Place

comScore has once again released data pertaining to a three month period ending in October, showing us the distribution numbers for both manufacturer and mobile OS. Once again, Samsung is on top at 26.3%. Apple actually jumped ahead of LG to 17.8%, probably due to the iPhone 5 launch. It’s surprising that there wasn’t a bigger boost as other charts have… Read more

comScore Shows Nothing New, But Doesn’t Yet Factor In iPhone 5

This comScore is over a 3 month period ending in August, which is before the iPhone 5 launch, so they are a little irrelevant at the moment. Still, the numbers show the state of the phone ecosystem a month ago. As you can imagine, Google is in first place with a growth of 1.7%, up to 52.6%. Apple had a 2.4% growth up to 34.3%. RIM dropped another 3.1%… Read more

Android Distribution Charts Updated, Android 4.0 On 23% Of Devices

Ah yes, it’s that time of the month again. As an Android blogger, we see Google update the Android distribution charts every month. This month is like every other, with some number that seem just about right. Android 4.0 is currently sitting at 23% of all Android devices – a small bump from August’s 20.8% of devices. Jelly Bean also made a very minor… Read more