Google’s Android Gaining Mobile Market Share

Competition among smartphone makers continues to heat up, reflected in the latest comScore stats that show significant shifts in market share rankings.

While consumers drive the bulk of smartphone sales, IT is increasingly keeping tabs on the industry both for internal purchasing and deployment issues and because a rapidly growing number of employees are using the devices, either company-issued or the one they own personally, to help do their jobs.

Enterprise Mobile Today has the details on the latest comScore rankings and how Android stacks up versus the iPhone, BlackBerry and Palm in the U.S.

Mobile devices running Google’s Android mobile operating system continue to grow in popularity with consumers at the expense of all other leading smartphone platforms, according to the latest market share data compiled by comScore.

Between April and July, digital measurement and marketing service comScore (NASDAQ: SCOR) found that Android-based devices improved their share, growing to 17 percent from 12 percent of the overall smartphone market.

Read the full article at Enterprise Mobile Today:

Android Continues to Gobble Up Smartphone Share

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