iOS Usage Drops Below Android for the First Time [Chart]

iOS Usage Drops Below Android for the First Time [Chart]

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Global usage of iOS has dropped below Android for the first time, according to data from NetApplications.

In June 2014, iOS had 45.61% operating system market share (usage wise) compared to 43.75% for Android. That dropped to 44.19% in July while Android increased to 44.62%, surpassing iOS.

Usage of Apple' mobile operating system has declined significantly by percentage since last year. In July 2013 it had 58.26% market share.

Take a look at the charts below for more details...

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iOS Usage Drops Below Android for the First Time [Chart]

iOS Usage Drops Below Android for the First Time [Chart]
android and iphones are the same - August 6, 2014 at 4:26am
has anyone here tried out or read about the up coming updates for the nexus line devices? honestly they are close to being on par with the iphones now. I have both and kitkat came up a little short but man does android L look promising...ly beautiful!
iPhone>competition says jd power - August 6, 2014 at 4:31am
With tweaks on my iPhone, I use winterboard to choose over hundreds of icon styles even add 3d and grow/shrink effects to them when moving to another section of full screen of apps. The beauty of jb iOS.
the truth - August 6, 2014 at 4:53am
and then when ios 8 comes out you have to unjailbreak it and install ios 8 and then pray that they release the jailbreak for it... trust me, i am a jailbreaking legend when it comes to iphones. I unlocked the first iphone to be used on T-mobile. I downloaded the famous "I am rich app" for free. It gets boring after a while and tedious... we just want a phone that looks great and oh yea keep the updates rolling please! because I LOVE the fresh new looks EVERYTIME!
StewartG - August 5, 2014 at 2:33pm
Well, with the crappy economy more people have to settle for one of those numerous free or cheap android phones out there. The rest of us still use the iPhone. I'm sure that'll pick up again with the new iPhone release in spite of this statistic.
King Rollo - August 4, 2014 at 10:07pm
Does this proves you can get stuff done quicker on iOS and then live your life, not spending years of your life on a gadget..
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