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5.7.13 xAd Mobile Stat of the Day: Battle of the Operating Systems

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It's no secret that Samsung has made a calculated move toward Apple's iPhone market share. As smartphone penetration rises, both Android and iOS-powered devices continue to increase in popularity, at …

It's no secret that Samsung has made a calculated move toward Apple's iPhone market share. As smartphone penetration rises, both Android and iOS-powered devices continue to increase in popularity, at the expense of Blackberry and Windows-powered phones.

But with the recent launch of Blackberry 10, and a ton of marketing dollars spent on Windows phones... is there a re-forecasting in order?

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  • 1. US SMARTPHONE USER SHARE2011 - 2014byOS (% of total)By next year, Android will not only power nearly half US smartphones in use, butthey will have reduced Blackberry to less than half its 2011 market share, whileallowing iOS a mere 1 point increase year over yearSource: eMarketer, March 201339% 44% 46% 48%32%37%38% 40%20%13% 10% 7%7% 5% 5% 5%3% 2% 1% 1%2011 2012 2013 2014Android Apple RIM Microsoft Other

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