With Google Android still very new in the mobile device marketplace, we are starting to see it creep up on the iPhone.
The Google Android mobile operating system is beginning to make some ground into the mobile phone marketplace. Most importantly, it’s marketshare is showing growth from month to month, whereas the iPhone’s growth is becoming stagnate. In fact, we can even say that it’s decreasing.
Take a look at the charts below (provided by OSNews):
In the United States, Anroid devices have almost overtaken the iPhone
The stats above show the worldwide numbers, but nothing is quite as profound as when you look at the United States comparisons.
In the US, Google’s Android has nearly overtaken the iPhone in marketshare. The growth for Android devices is increasing, yet the growth for the iPhone is decreasing.
Is the “wow factor” of the iPhone diminishing?
It almost appears as though the iPhone is losing its luster in the marketplace. Android devices are popping up all over the place, and with multiple carriers. Yet the iPhone is housed within Apple.
Here’s the United States mobile marketshare chart: