Let me talk About Android and iOS use go on to climb; US subscriber count reaches 100 million. Oh, ComScore. Each month, you come out with a report from the new market share for smartphones, and every month seems to offer the same subject: Android and upload IOS, RIM and Microsoft down.
The latest report, detailing the three months ending in January, shows an increase in Google’s mobile operating system of 2.3 percent, while Apple rose 1.4, however, RIM dropped 2 percent, while Microsoft (which probably includes Windows Mobile and Windows) declined by one percentage point. OEM market share is even more mediocre single LG and Motorola fell slightly.
While Apple rose a few percentage points. Possibly the most prominent feature in the report, however, is the fact that the total number of Smartphone subscribers America finally has exceeded 100 million. This seems to be growing at an incredible pace, too, so it may not be terribly long before the coveted 200 million milestones is within reach.
ComScore reports in January 2012 mobile phone users of U.S. stock market
More than 100 million subscribers, the United States now use mobile smartphones
Reston, Virginia, March 6, 2012 – comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR), a leader in measuring the digital world, today, the comScore MobiLens service data, and report on major trends in the mobile industry U.S. mobile within three months, on average, the period ended in January 2012. The study included more than 30,000 subscribers in the United States, I found the Samsung is the manufacturer of the phone with the top 25.4 percent of total market share. Google Android has continued to increase its share of the smartphone market, which represents 48.6 percent of the participants in the smart phone.
OEM Market Share
Average for the period of three months ending in January, 0.234 million Americans age 13 or older used mobile devices. My Samsung ranked the major OEMs, as 25.4 percent of mobile subscribers in the United States, followed by LG with 19.7 percent share, Motorola with 13.2 percent share. Apple continued to capture market share in the OEM with 12.8 percent of total mobile subscribers (points, an increase of 2.0), while RIM within the top five with 6.6 percent.
Smartphone platform market share
The number of participants in the smartphone in the United States exceeded U.S. $ 100 million in January, up 13 percent from October of 101.3 million subscribers. Ranked as the platform of Google Android smartphone with the highest market share of 48.6 percent (percentage points to 2.3), followed by apples with 29.5 percent market share (in percentage points, to 1.4). In the third place with a share RIM 15.2%, followed by Microsoft (4.4%) and Symbian (1.5 percent).
The use of mobile content
In January, 74.6 percent of mobile subscribers in the United States use text messages on their mobile phones, and up 2.8 percentage points. Been using applications that are downloaded, or 48.6 percent of participants (up 4.8 percentage points), while it was being used by browsers of 48.5% (an increase of 4.5 percentage points). Increase access to social networking sites or blogs 3.4 percentage points compared with 35.7 percent of mobile subscribers. The game has increased by 31.8 percent of the mobile population (up 2.6 percentage points), while 24.5% listen to music on your phone (percentage points to 3.3).
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