The iPhone 4 launch doesn't seem to have slowed the growth of the AndroidOS.
Quantcast released its June numbers yesterday, indicating that the Android platform continued to outgrow the other smartphone vendors in web traffic. That's in line with last week's report from comScore.
The growth was largely at the expense of Apple's iOS, which still has a sizeable lead on the rest of the mobile operating systems. Apple is at 58% of the web hits on Quantcast sites. Android is now up to 21%.
Quantcast's numbers today show that in the mobile web marketshare field, Android and Apple are becoming the only two games in town.
The mobile web is where the action is at these days and for the beginning of 2010, that action in North America has Google's Android inching away at Apple iOS's dominant marketshare.
Quantcast, who measure traffic on most major sites, have posted their findings on mobile device usage. It won't surprise anyone that MORESeth Weintraub - Jun 14, 2010 3:43 PM ET
By Yi-Wyn Yen
Google stirs up hype wherever it goes. Last week, Google introduced a free product called AdPlanner to help media agencies find the best sites to place banner ads. The news shook up comScore, which offers similar Web-tracking information for a fee, as its shares took a 23% nosedive the day the new Google service was announced.
Fears that AdPlanner would crush Internet media research companies like comScore (SCOR) and privately-held Nielsen Online were overblown. Mark MOREyiwyn - Jul 1, 2008 8:03 AM ET
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