Android Takes the Lead

On March 7, comScore announced their most recent smartphone market share results. According to their data, Android now has largest share of the smartphone market in the U.S., replacing RIM.

Android now has a 31% share, up 7.7% from the three month period ended in October 2010. RIM’s (Blackberry) share fell 5.4% with 30.4% of the market share. Apple gained 0.1% and remains in third place, with a 24.7% share.

View the comScore Press Release

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About the Author: Aaron Wellman is a Product Manager at Angel and has been with the organization for over 10 years. Aaron is the product lead for the Site Builder, Virtual Call Center, and Caller First Analytics product lines. With a background in User Interface design and bringing phone application development tools to the market, Aaron will be blogging about anything ranging from new Angel product offerings to unique IVR implementations.  Prior to Angel, Aaron was a Wall Street technologist, designing UIs for investment banking applications in the cloud. Aaron has a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) from James Madison University.

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