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Android, iPhone Dominate Mobile Browsing in April 2009 May 27, 2009

Posted by hruf in Mobile & Gadgets.
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Google’s Android and Apple’s iPhone together accounted for almost three-quarters of web browsing on mobile devices in April, yet not even 10 percent of device sales, according to the most recent Mobile Metrics Report from AdMob. But they were the only two — Symbian-, RIM- and Windows Mobile- based devices all outsold Apple and Google; their users’ web browsing, meanwhile, came in significantly lower.

The browsing usage data of the iPhone and G1 (the U.S. name of the only Android-based phone at the moment) makes sense, given how the rest of the industry is still largely playing catch-up to the strong Internet experiences these two devices provide. That gulf should narrow, however, as the web browsing capabilities of more and more devices get beefed up.

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