The company says that the US smartphone market now comprises 75.8 percent of the total mobile subscriber population. In December it was 74.9 percent. Operating system market share data are nearly identical to three months ago.
In the latest dataset from comScore, Android gained a nearly point while the iPhone has slipped. Compare data from Kantar Worldpanel, which shows a slightly different operating system share distribution:
Android — 51.9 percent
iOS — 42.8 percent
Windows — 4.3 percent
BlackBerry — 0.2 percent
Other –0.8 percent
To throw in another comparison, below is StatCounter data showing traffic share in the US by smartphone operating system.
Finally, comScore’s list of top apps is almost identical to last month — except that Pinterest has entered the top 15, replacing Yahoo …