iPhone and Android make up 50% of Google's smartphone traffic worldwide

Here's some very good data published by Vic Gundotra, Vice President of Engineering for Google’s mobile and developer products.

The best quote (and graph):

The availability of a modern web browser explains why iPhone and Android users — just 13% of the high-end market — represent nearly 50% of Google’s smartphone traffic worldwide.

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Via TechCrunchIT

2 thoughts on “iPhone and Android make up 50% of Google's smartphone traffic worldwide

  1. Wouldn’t a more accurate statement be that iPhone makes up nearly 50% of Google’s smartphone traffic? It looks like Android has around 2%. Seems like a bad marketing spin.

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