Mar 23 AT 9:26 AM Taylor Wimberly 12 Comments

AdMob: 70% of iPhone devs plan to develop for Android

AdMob has released a new publisher survey which highlights Android’s increasing popularity. Over 100 developers responded to the survey in which Android and iPhone were the top two mobile operating systems. Even though most devs use the iPhone as their personal device, the overwhelming majority are planning to develop for Android. Over 70% of iPhone devs are planning to create Android apps in the next six months.

Highlights of the survey include:

  • 31% of developers are currently developing for more than one mobile platform and almost half (47%) said they plan on developing on more than one platform in the next 6 months.
  • More than 70% of iPhone developers plan to develop for Android over the next six months and close to half of Android developers (48%) plan to develop for iPhone.
  • Many developers are new to mobile with 49% saying they have been developing for mobile less than a year.
  • 58% of respondents develop for the mobile web.

Hit up the source link for the full report.

68% of devs plan to target Android in the next 6 months.

Source: AdMob Publisher Survey

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