This chart shows the global share of iOS and Android mobile/tablet traffic.
This chart illustrates that Android users are still slower to upgrade the operating system of their devices to the most recent version.
The chart shows the Android device activations per day.
This chart shows Android's share of smartphone sales in EU5 countries.
This chart shows active devices running Android by version and smartwatch compatibility.
This chart illustrates the difference in average selling prices of iOS and Android smartphones.
The chart shows the percentage of Android devices running Gingerbread, Ice Cream Sandwich or Jelly Bean.
This chart shows the amount of money spend on apps by Android and iOS users.
This chart shows that app developers are increasingly focused on developing for Android and iOS, while other platforms are gradually losing developer support.
This chart illustrates the rise of Google's Android based on the number of daily activations of Android devices from August 2010 to June 2012.
This chart shows the smartphone sales share in the UK by operating system.
55 percent of Android smartphones sold in the United States in Q2 2013 were equipped with screens larger than 4.5 inches in diagonal.
This chart shows smartphone operating system market share in Q4 2012, based on unit sales to end users. In the quarter ended December 31, 2012, Android phones accounted for nearly 70 percent of global smartphone sales.
This chart shows global tablet shipments in 2011 and a forecast for 2012 and 2016.
This chart shows that, thanks to Amazon's Kindle Fire, Android is closing the gap on iOS in the U.S. tablet market.
This chart compares iOS and Android regarding their share of global smartphone shipments, global tablet shipments and mobile web traffic.
Today’s chart shows that U.S. iPhone users are far more likely to use a Wi-Fi connection to browse the Internet than users of Android smartphones. Is it because browsing is more comfortable on the iPhone? What do you think?
This chart shows mobile app usage by Android and iPhone users in the United States by age.
This chart shows global connected device shipments broken down by operating system.
This chart shows a forecast of 2014 smartphone market share.
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