One of the best things about Android is the sense of community among its users. We’re sharing locations with each other, updating our status in social networks and messaging each other all day long. The sense of community doesn’t end there, though. How many times have you taken time to help a fellow Android user? ... Read More »
Over the past two years we’ve shared countless numbers, charts, and graphs which gave a clear picture of Android staggering growth. For a while Google’s been touting their daily new handset activation numbers, but numbers along are pretty hard to visualize. In an attempt to give us a better idea of what those numbers really ... Read More »
To borrow an old Canadian adage, owning a phone other than Apple’s iPhone is like sharing a bed with an elephant. No matter what it does, or how much you want to ignore it, you are affected by its every movement.
Android continues its strong growth in both North America and Europe.
Welcome back to our monthly report of the top selling Android applications and games. We like to track the most popular mobile software to see if we can identify any trends in the Android world. The official Android Market is misleading with their most popular list, so we grab our stats from aTrackDog. ... Read More »
AdMob released their monthly mobile metrics report for July and Android continues to increase its share. Last month, Android pulled ahead of Windows Mobile. Worldwide request from the Android operating system grew 40% month over month. This now gives Android a 7% worldwide OS share and sets up a battle with RIM OS, ... Read More »
The Handango Yardstick is a quarterly report on the state of the mobile downloads economy. Their latest report provides a list of their best selling Android titles. I thought it was interesting because Handango offers several titles that are not available in the Android Market. For example, EA Mobile has multiple games ... Read More »
There is no denying that iPhone rules the smartphone world of today. Apple just sold 5.2 million iPhones last quarter, a 626 percent increase from the previous Q2. The iPhone OS accounts for 47 percent of smartphone request according to AdMob. Apple also claims 32 percent of the handset industry operating profits. The ... Read More »
AdMob released their mobile metrics report for June and Android usage continues to grow. Request from the Android operating system grew 25% month over month. This now gives Android a 5% worldwide OS share and marks the first time they have pulled ahead of Windows Mobile.
When you narrow the reporting to ... Read More »