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Android taking over more iPhone market share August 31, 2009

Posted by andre in Mobile & Gadgets.
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Highlights from the July 2009 AdMob Mobile Metrics Report:

  • Each month, Android and iPhone users download approximately 10 new apps, while iPod touch owners download an average of 18 per month
  • Over half of Android and iPhone users spend more than 30 minutes per day using apps
  • More than 90 percent of Android and iPhone OS users browse and search for apps directly on their mobile device
  • Users who regularly download paid apps spend approximately $9 on an average of five paid downloads per month
  • iPhone represented 60 percent of US smartphone usage in AdMob’s network in July 2009, followed by RIM and Android devices at 13 and 12 percent, respectively

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This survey was conducted with 1,117 respondents over a one week period, spanning Android, iPhone and iPod touch users on the more than 7,000 mobile sites and 3,000 applications in AdMob’s network in July 2009. […]

via AdMob July 2009 Metrics Report Compares Android and iPhone App Usage – Yahoo! Finance

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