Google’s Android operating system continued stealing smartphone platform share in February, according to new mobile subscriber share numbers from comScore. These are based on user surveys, and reflect subscriber base — not simply market share of a specific quarter’s sales.
Here’s February’s data compared to the three month period before:
- RIM is at 42.1% for December to February period, compared to 40.8% for the September to November period.
- Apple is at 25.4%, compared to 25.5%.
- Microsoft is at 15.1% compared to 19.1%.
- Android is at 9%, compared to 3.8%.
- Palm is at 5.4% compared to 7.2%.
And here’s how it looks over a two year span.
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