Android Continues to Grow in The United States and Almost Rubs 51%, According to ComScore

A few months ago Android could be half of the market share of smartphones in the United States, at least pointed out it some companies involved in this type of analysis. Every day that passes Android grows a little more and proof of this is the number of daily activations that came to be known during the Google I/O. Bien, during these three months the March continues.

As it confirms ComScore, Google’s operating system has grown these three months a 0.8% compared to February. Behind them have to Apple with a 31.9% (also continue to grow) being the big losers RIM with a drop of 2% and Symbian with 0.4%, being the fifth most used operating system.

In terms of brands, Samsung is still synonymous with Android with a 25.7%, followed by LG, who in three months has fallen by 3%. Behind Apple, Motorola and HTC. Few news in this season that corroborates the trend we have seen in recent months.

In the case of Spain the difference is more sonrojante and that 72% of the users of smartphones using Android, a very significant amount. Certainly a good news for the interests of Google, which rely more and more on this type of smartphones. Although not everything will be Pats back: remember that the percentage of upgrades to the latest version is still paltry.