According to AdMob’s latest report the iPhone no has 40% of the smartphone market, up from 33% in February this year. Dont forget that AdMob’s numbers only represent mobile browser share within AdMob’s ad network but it is still an impressive gain.
Breaking it down, AdMob’s has seen the Android OS pulling down 7% of mobile ads in their network, up from 2%. The webOS, which powers the new Palm (NSDQ: PALM) Pre, is responsible for a healthy 4% of AdMob’s mobile ad impressions. The Symbian OS has lost considerable market share, dropping from a solid 43% to just 34%. Windows Mobile’s market share also took a hit with only 4% of AdMob’s mobile ads finding their way to the platform.
Via IntomobileFiled Under: Apple, Gadgets News, Mobile Phone News, Technology News