Before we continue, let me get one thing straight – there are different ways of carrying out a survey, and the interpretation of statistics and results largely depends on the kind of message that you want to convey, in addition to how you “package” it to the audience. Having said that, here are some of the latest bits of information that was picked up by ComScore, where they claim that the Android operating system commands a 51.6% market share in the US mobile market, which is a tiny increase over its previous month. As for Apple’s iOS platform, that is no shrinking violet as iOS has also been growing along at an extremely healthy rate (at the expense of others, I would presume) touching 32.4%. The losers? Those would be the folks over at BlackBerry, Symbian and Windows. Do you think that the mobile platform will eventually whittle down to two players just like a 2-party democratic system? At this point in time, just which side of the mobile operating system divide are you siding with?
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