According to today's report, Apple's iOS fell to 40% while Google's Android is headed towards 30%.
The latest analytics reports done by Google's new Admob subsidiary show that Android continues to draw market share from Apple's iOS. A year ago, the iPhone owned almost 50% of the smartphone market by web traffic while Android had only 5%.
But as always, more Android devices are in the pipeline. HTC's popular Android phones on Verizon (Incredible) and Sprint (EVO) have also been selling out. Motorola also launches its next generation Droid x Smartphone on Verizon (VZ) next month. Even AT&T has a solid Android phone in the Aria, which is a bestseller.
Other interesting Android factoids from the report:
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