Android, Apple capture still more U.S. smartphone users

Android and Apple continue to eat away at the U.S. smartphone market.
As of the three months ended July, Google’s mobile OS held a 52.2 percent share of the market, a gain of 1.4 points from the prior three months, ComScore said today. In second place, Apple’s iOS grabbed 33.4 percent of the market, up 2 points from the prior period.
That left the rest of the top five platforms in a continued downspin.
RIM’s BlackBerry OS took third place with a 9.5 percent share, down 2.1 points from the previous three months. Microsoft’s Windows Phone took home 3.6 percent of the market, a loss of almost…

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