83% of the apps downloaded in the past month were for a Google or Apple phone
The U.S. smartphone market is starting to look like a two-horse race, judging from data scheduled to be released Wednesday by a Nielsen general manager at AppNation III in San Francisco. Among the new findings:
As Nielsen's charts over the past nine months show, Android has grown to be the leading smartphone operating system (now with a 42.8% share), while Apple is still holding on as the leading smartphone manufacturer (with a 28.3% share).
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