Research and SEO firm ROI365 has unleashed an intriguing report – despite regular claims that Android has surpassed the iPhone 4 in both user base and growth, it has in fact been far outpaced by Apple’s iOS, which he attributes to the growth of the iPad.
Rovio’s Angry Birds franchise has risen in fame very quickly since it’s App Store debut, and has now become very iconic in the Apple community. It’s recent movie tie-in, Angry Birds Rio, has reached a little over 10 million downloads in a mere 10 days.
comScore just released US mobile stats for February, and Apple made the biggest gains of any OEM. The launch of the iPhone 4 on Verizon, America’s largest provider, pushed Apple “up 0.9 percentage points to account for 7.5 percent of…
Google’s Android platform has been heralded as “the open alternative” to Apple’s iOS, argued to carry fewer restrictions and a more open app environment. We’ll discuss a few reasons why this may not be true, and also discuss the merits of Apple’s “walled garden” approach.
An enthusiastic Android mascot has clearly been infected by a virus that makes it party like a hero. The mascot keeps to tradition and can be seen “doing the robot” on a few occasions during the promotional video.
Recently, Nokia’s CEO released a memo in which he admitted that Nokia’s Symbian platform has been thoroughly defeated by Smartphones, and the iPhone in particular. Since then, Nokia and Microsoft have gotten together and announced that Nokia will be adopting…
I’m a Mac, and I freely admit it. I’m an Apple fan boy, I own an iPhone 4 and a MacBook Pro, I drool over all of Apple’s newest creations, and I hunger and thirst to obtain the Apple products that I don’t already own. It’s been that way for years, and for most of that time, it’s felt comfortable and secure… It’s just felt right. Over the last year or so, however, I noticed a certain disturbance in the force: I was becoming a hater. I was quarreling with Android’s high priests, guffawing at Windows Phone 7 and it’s “pitiful” followers, and had somehow formed it in my mind that the BlackBerry had been gruesomely murdered by a gang of competing smart phones.
According to LA-Based online research firm uSamp, Android and Blackberry use on the Verizon network are about to take a massive hit due to the launch of the Verizon iPhone 4. In their study, uSamp asked 700 smartphone users on both the Verizon and AT&T networks whether they’d switch to the Verizon iPhone on February 10. The results were somewhat staggering.
If I had a dollar for every time an Android fan boy verbally assaulted me for using an iPhone 4, I’d never have to buy my own drinks again. However, the same sheeple who call Apple’s platform a “walled garden” and tout the open-ness of their own platform fail to realize a certain critical point: Google’s so-called openness is not quite what it seems.