It’s always interesting to look at the breakdown for the most popular phones all across the world. ComScore has just released its latest market statistics, and it seems that in the US at least, that Apple has further increased its lead as the top smartphone manufacturer.
iPhone most popular smartphone in the USA
There was no change in the rankings however, with Samsung unsurprisingly in second place at 28.3%, a fall of 1.4%, followed by LG, Motorola and HTC.
Android was the most popular platform overall with 52.4% of the market against iOS’ 42.6%. Windows, Blackberry and Symbian failed to make any kind of impression with just 5% of the market between them.
Top 15 smartphone apps
ComScore also reported on the top 15 smartphone apps. Considering iOS and Android app installations combined, Facebook was the most popular app overall, installed on 69.5% of smartphones. YouTube came in second place at 55.9%. Other very popular apps include Google Search, Google Maps, Facebook Messenger, Pandora, Gmail and Instagram.
Meanwhile, smartphone ownership in the USA increased by 3% to 187.5 million people (out of 318.9 million total population).
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