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Latest Comscore Released Google Gaining At RIM’s Expense

ComScore released their latest numbers today and things look even worse for Blackberry. Not only that but yesterday while on the stage at Apple’s “Let’s Talk iPhone” event Apple cited numbers from ComScore that reflected iPhone in front of Android however as you can see from the graphic right from ComScore’s website, Android has been leading iOS over at least the last two reports.

In May of 2011 Google’s Android Operating System, had a market share of 38.1% of smartphone owners while iOS had 26.6%.  In the August report Android had 43.7% of the market share, an increase of 5.6%.   iOS on the other hand, had 27.3% of the market share, an increase of only.7%  In the August report RIM suffered a major 5 point loss in percentage sliding from 24.7% to 19.7%.

It’s also worthy to note that Microsoft has now had the newest Windows phone variants on the maket for nearly a year, yet they slid in market share .1%

source: ComScore

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