Android looses a little of it’s mojo in the US, still has half of the US market share

A new statistics report from comScore has revealed that the Android operating system lost a little balance in the United States. Google’s open source mobile OS, Android had a 0.8 change in the red for the quarter 3 of 2013.

Android looses a little of it's mojo in the US, still has half of the US market share
However the open source operating system still managed to grip firmly to 51.6% of the US mobile market share, followed by Apple at 40.7% while Blackberry, Windows Phone  and Symbian came third, fourth and fifth at 4.0%, 3.2% and 0.3 percent respectively.
Android looses a little of it's mojo in the US, still has half of the US market share2
Google was the most visited site on mobile phones in the United States for the quarter, with 92.2% of mobile Internet users having visited a Google website at least once during the quarter. This was followed by Facebook, Yahoo, Amazon and AOL.

 

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