SAN FRANCISCO - Google's smartphone operating system is more fluttering. Android has beat the Blackberry as a mobile Internet devices most widely used.
Launched by Cellular News, on Wednesday (09/03/2011), a research firm StatCounter establish Android as the operating system most widely used when accessing the internet on smartphones, beat Blackberry, in February of this, although not yet able to beat Nokia and Apple.
Global StatCounter Stats find if Android has a market share of 15.2 per cent of mobile internet, while only 14.5 per cent blackberry. First position, Symbian Nokia still leads the global market share of mobile Internet devices with Raihan 30.7 percent. While Apple IOS was second with 24.6 percent.
StatCounter also found that mobile internet users are more and more when compared to Internet users at the desktop. The comparison is almost doubled to reach 4.45 percent, while only 1.72 percent last year.
"Momentum was in line with the increasing number of users Android market share rose to three-fold over the past 12 months, from 5.4 percent to 15.2 percent," said CEO Aodhan Cullen StatCounter.
But not so with IOS that its market share down globally, from 33.9 percent to only 24.6 percent.
In the American West, Android also took over the Blackberry market share with their respective 26.4 percent and 22.2 percent. IOS actually leading with 37.5 percent market share, and Nokia's Symbian only 5.7 percent.
StatCounter discover if the data collected from StatCounter network reaches 15 billion page views per month through more than three million sites.