With over 328 million Android devices shipped worldwide, the operating system has long dominated the smartphone industry.
Google’s market share of overall social logins increased by 6% points quarter-over-quarter to reach 40% in Q4.
The majority of US consumers now use smartphones—eMarketer estimates that penetration will reach 51.8% this year.
Only 15% of US adults say they are not a member of any social networks.
Over the course of a year, the installed base for Phablets doubled.
In 2013, a mere 2% of the kinds of devices Flurry saw were Phablets, whereas in 2014, Phablets represent 10% of all device types.
The Google operating system (OS) claimed a 56.2% share of smart phone sales in Great Britain in the three months leading up to March 2014.
Apple remains the leading manufacturer (41.3% market share), ahead of Samsung (27%) for the 3-month period ending in February.
Google’s share of social logins grew 2.5% points quarter-over-quarter to reach 35.4% in Q4 2013, marking its highest point in 3 years.
Global mobile ad revenues grew by 83% year-over-year in 2012, climbing from $4.8 billion to $8.9 billion.