iOS Gains U.S. Market Share, Android Stays Flat, BlackBerry Declines [Chart]

iOS Gains U.S. Market Share, Android Stays Flat, BlackBerry Declines [Chart]

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The latest comScore report for the U.S. smartphone market in May 2014 has Apple gaining market share, Android remaining flat, and BlackBerry declining.

Apple ranked as the top smartphone manufacturer with 41.9 percent OEM market share, while Google Android led as the #1 smartphone platform with 52.1 percent platform market share. Facebook ranked as the top individual smartphone app.

Smartphone OEM Market Share
169 million people in the U.S. owned smartphones (70 percent mobile market penetration) during the three months ending in May, up 4 percent since February. Apple ranked as the top OEM with 41.9 percent of U.S. smartphone subscribers (up 0.6 percentage points from February). Samsung ranked second with 27.8 percent market share (up 0.8 percentage points), followed by LG with 6.5 percent, Motorola with 6.3 percent and HTC with 5.1 percent.
iOS Gains U.S. Market Share, Android Stays Flat, BlackBerry Declines [Chart]

Smartphone Platform Market Share
Android ranked as the top smartphone platform in May with 52.1 percent market share, followed by Apple with 41.9 percent (up 0.6 percentage points from February), Microsoft with 3.4 percent, BlackBerry with 2.3 percent and Symbian with 0.1 percent.
iOS Gains U.S. Market Share, Android Stays Flat, BlackBerry Declines [Chart]

Top Smartphone Apps
Facebook ranked as the top smartphone app, reaching 76.4 percent of the app audience, followed by Google Play (51.8 percent), YouTube (51.7 percent) and Google Search (49.2 percent).

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iOS Gains U.S. Market Share, Android Stays Flat, BlackBerry Declines [Chart]
Microscopic junk - July 4, 2014 at 12:50pm
Lol Microsoft thought they could do it.
Ken - July 4, 2014 at 5:48am
Poor Blackberry.
Fukscrawn John - July 3, 2014 at 6:24pm
No matter how less, it slowly gains to take over but it still makes no difference because no matter where I go I always see them in carriers.
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