One aspect that we as consumers constantly overlook is how hard the developers of our favorite applications work to keep us happy. Generally speaking, the primary reason people are drawn to Android in the first place is because of the wide selection.
Recent data is showing Android is used to power some 42% of all consumer compute devices. That isn't 42% of all mobile phones, but 42% of all consumer level devices including media players, tablets, Smart TV systems and of course smartphones.
More active Android and iOS users in China than in the USA
Traditionally the USA has been the key market for smartphones and tablets. However, new data is showing that as of February 2013, China has more active Android and iOS smartphone and tablet users than the USA.
Google Search on tablets to generate $5 billion in 2013, report says
As our friendly neighborhood search giant extends its tentacles, drawing together more and more useful functionality, you may well wonder if you can manage without Google. Would a lack of support for Google services be enough to turn you off a mobile platform?
FuelBand not coming to Android anytime soon, as Nike focuses on iOS and nikeplus.com
As far as competing operating systems are concerned, there’s no reason to worry, that is, if you’re Samsung or Apple. That said, Blackberry’s return into the field should alarm the likes of HTC, Sony, LG, ASUS, and perhaps Motorola.
Android engagement paradox again? Opera says Android ad impressions growing, but more engagement from iOS