Tag Archives: Android

iOS support from Apple compared to Android in staggering chart

  A chart from Fidlee.com published yesterday has made a visual attempt to showcase Apple’s incredible support for iOS on the iPhone, in comparison to the fragmented mess of Android updates. The chart shows how well supported each device is after each year of its lifespan. As you can see, Apple’s iPhone is incredibly well supported, with…

Report: Almost half of iPhone 5c sales are former Android users

A new report coming from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech has some interesting information in it; apparently, almost half of iPhone 5c sales are going to former Android users. Most of these switchers, according to the report, are coming from Samsung and LG, something Apple is most likely very happy to know. The other new device doesn’t have as much of an appeal…

Apple doubles up Android on ad impressions worldwide

Ads on iOS and Android are huge revenue boosters for app developers for the platforms. Many apps require funding from ads placed inside their apps, and gain revenue each time a user clicks on the ads. According to new data that has come to light today, iOS users are much more likely to click on ads when compared to Android. According to DSP Adfonic,…

BBM becomes most popular messaging app for iOS

Blackberry has been riding a rollercoaster over the past few years. Well, actually its been pretty much a straight drop down. Even with the struggles to keep users in the times where iOS and Android are dominating, and with the fairly unsuccessful launch of Blackberry OS 10 (which was supposed to be the platform’s savior), the company has still managed…

iPhone dominates smaller screen market, Android falls far behind

Recently, we’ve seen efforts from some of the leading Android manufacturers to push into Apple’s key market of smaller screened devices such as Samsung’s Galaxy S4 Mini and the HTC One Mini. Neither of these devices have gained the traction of their larger sibling devices, and there’s likely a reason for that. Apple is currently dominating the market for…