As underlined by the Kantar numbers earlier today, Windows Phone continues to struggle in the US market.
The November Comscore numbers are now out, showing that Windows Phone users slipped from 3.2 to 3.1% of smartphone subscribers in the USA. The number is also down from 3.2% in October, and represents around 4.73 million of the 152.5 million US smartphone users.
The slack seems to have been largely taken up by Android, which grew 0.3% to 51.9% and iOS, which grew 0.5% to 41.2% of the market.
If there are any good news, it is that Blackberry continues to slip at a rather rapid rate, and Windows Phone will soon be the number 3 operating system in US, not just by sales, but also by total ownership.
See the full report at Comscore here.