Apple has slightly increased its lead as the number one smartphone maker in the United States. The iPhone increased its market share by one point in calendar Q1 2015, grabbing 42.6% of the market.
A new report from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech shows that much of the growth for iOS across Europe in the first quarter of 2015 was fueled by smartphone users ditching Android devices.
Microsoft has announced cross-platform add-ins to integrate third-party apps and services into the Office platform. The company also announced tools to allow iOS developers to easily make versions of their apps for the Windows 10 platform.
Apple Watch apps aren’t the only thing flowing on the Internet today, as a recently discovered Google Maps “feature” proves the Android mascot doesn’t suffer from BPH.
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Apple has expanded its Reuse and Recycling Program to include eligible Android, BlackBerry, and Windows Phone devices. The program has been expanded in the United States and some European countries.
While we’ve seen Apple and its products attacked in numerous ads and promotions, a recent “Apple is a Nazi” posting by a Chinese Android smartphone company has to be the worst we’ve seen.
A new report says Apple will soon begin a trade-in program for Android phone users, offering gift cards for their old phones to use toward the purchase of an iPhone.
“Cheap Androids to the left of me, Apple to the right, Here I am, stuck in the middle with you.” Samsung must be feeling like Stealer’s Wheel lately, as they’re feeling the squeeze from Apple’s premium iPhone offerings on one side, and numerous cheap Android offerings on the other.
Unsurprisingly, it’s still a two platform world in the smartphone arena, as Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android platforms combined to power 96.3% of all smartphones shipped in 2014.
Apple’s iOS was still the undisputed leader in mobile ad revenue in 2014,capturing 51.67% of ad revenue, and 27.18% of traffic during the fourth quarter, closing out 2014 as the leader in dollars earned.
Microsoft is bringing Outlook to the iOS and Android platforms today. The app is actually a rebranded Acompli email app, which Microsoft acquired in early December. While this is just a rebranding for now, the Redmond firm plans to update the app regularly.
Although the Google Play Android app store continues to lead in the sheer number of apps downloaded, it has a long way to go before it can take the app revenue crown away from Apple’s iOS App Store.
A new app hopes to become a sort of PayPal for Apple Pay. The TipEasy app allows Apple Pay users to send money to anyone, even if they aren’t set up to take Apple Pay.
The free BBC News app for iOS and Android is getting its first major revamp since its 2010 launch. The new app will debut n the UK over the next few days, and will go global soon after.
Facebook makes another move to obtain a toehold in the workplace on Wednesday, as new smartphone app “Facebook at Work” hits the iOS and Android app stores.