Tag Archives: Market share

Android Still On Top In The US, According To comScore

The newest comScore numbers are in, and nothing has changed in the last three months. Android is still at the top with 52%, though market share has dropped 0.3%. iOS is right behind it with a boost of 1.4%, up to 39.2%. And as you can imagine, everyone else isn’t doing well. Both BlackBerry and Windows Phone took hits to their market share, with Symbian… Read more

Tablet Market Sees Massive Growth In Q1 2013, Android Pulls Ahead

According to market intelligence company IDC, tablet sales have skyrocketed over the last year. Their data states that total shipments rose almost 150% in the first quarter of 2013 compared to the first quarter of 2012. But you don’t read DroidDog for information about general tablets. The amazing thing about this growth is that Android tablet sales,… Read more

Android Keeps Gaining Popularity, Leads The US Market

Android continues to gain popularity and grow, not that we’re surprised. According to Kantar’s current market share numbers, Android has a 51.2% market share in the last three months, raising 5.8% since last year. In comparison, iOS currently holds 43.5% of the market share, a 3.5% drop from last year. Little by little, Windows Phone is growing,… Read more

December comScore Numbers Show Android Still On Top (Obviously)

The December 3 month period comScore numbers and in, and it’s more of the same thing. In the software part of it, Android rose 0.9 points to 53.4%, while iOS rose a whole 2 points to 36.3%. Blackberry dropped 2 points, but that might very well change in the next few months. Sadly, Windows Phone dropped 0.7 points to only 2.9%. Symbian stayed constant at… Read more

Gap Between iPad And Android Tablet Sales Closing Fast

Though Android tablets have been doing better and better, until recently they were absolutely no competition to the iPad. In a shocking bit of news, apparently that gap is closing fast, with the iPad holding a 55% market share and Android tablets holding 44%. But consider that many analysts thought that it would take even longer for Android to catch up… Read more