Google Android Market Share Just Below 15%

Summary: In 2011, Google Android accounts for 14.89% of the global mobile OS market. Apple has the number one spot with 51.95%. Java comes in at number two with 22.00%. Blackberry has 3.29% and Windows has 0.69%.

The most popular Android phone at the moment is the Samsung Galaxy S2.

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The country with the highest Google Android usage is South Korea with 52.7%. Australia has 8.0%, United States has 29.2% and United Kingdom has 11.9%. The country with the lowest web search usage is Central African Republic with 0.0%.

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* The data is from 1 January 2011 until 1 October 2011 and was sourced from Wikipedia and NetMarketShare.

Apple Owns Global Mobile Market with 52%

Summary: In 2011, Apple iPhone dominates the global mobile OS market. Apple currently accounts for 51.95%. Java has 22.00%. Google Android has 14.89% mobile market share. Blackberry has 3.29%. Windows has 0.69%.

As of the release of the Apple iPhone 4S, Apple sold over one million iPhones on presale within the first 24 hours.

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The country with the highest Apple iPhone market share is Switzerland with 88.8%. Australia has 87.6%, United States has 62.1% and United Kingdom has 74.9%. The country with the lowest web search usage is Sudan with 0.9%.

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* The data is from 1 January 2011 until 1 October 2011 and was sourced from Wikipedia and NetMarketShare.