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iPhone users vote Android their favourite mobile OS, survey suggests

Qedward (2499046) writes | about 2 years ago

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Qedward (2499046) writes "Google Android is almost twice as popular as the Apple iPhone according to a recent poll of smartphone operating systems, which startlingly could have seen most responses from users with iPhones.

The results of the survey showed a massive 49% siding with Android, compared to only 26% for Apple iOS. Windows Phone was not far behind with 17% of the vote. This is particularly interesting as, according to a recent Kantar ComTech survey, Windows Phone accounts for only 2.5% of the current smartphone market in the UK, while Apple's iOS holds 28.7% and Android 48.5%.

Surprisingly, however, the publication announced that nine times as many readers access their website using an iPhone than using an Android device, the site's second most popular operating system — suggesting that Android is now a more desirable platform, even among iOS users"

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