Statcounter shows iOS losing market share, only Android and Windows Phone 7 growing

Mobile OS Market Share %Jan 11Feb 11Mar 11
SymbianOS30.2530.6630.61
iOS25.0224.5624.38
BlackBerry OS15.0314.5214.1
Android14.6115.1615.8
WinCE0.370.350.32
webOS0.250.210.19
Windows Phone0.140.260.28
Maemo 50.130.120.11
Palm0.020.010.01

 

The Statcounter data for March is now available, and it continues to show Windows Phone 7 growing , albeit at a slower pace than immediately after launch.

StatCounter  aggregates data from a sample exceeding 15 billion page views per month collected from across the StatCounter network of more than 3 million websites, and shows web activity of the installed base.

While WP7 growth was not as robust as immediately after launch, at 8% MoM it still exceeded the 4% of Android, and certainly beat the negative of all the other relevant mobile operating systems.

iOS, which includes iPhone, iPad and the iPod Touch, lost 1% market share, Blackberry 3%, Maemo 8% and of course webOS a massive 10%.

At the rate RIM is losing market share, it is likely the OS will have less than 10% by the end of the year, lending support to the IDC prediction that Windows Phone 7 will overtake the OS by 2015.

While at this rate of growth it will take a long time for Windows phone to close the installed base gap between it and its rivals, it does demonstrate that the OS remains a worthwhile investment for OEMS, and consumers continue to chose the OS at ever increasing numbers.

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