comScore’s latest stats reveal that Google’s Android OS took a 13% market share of US smartphones in May this year – that’s the share of smartphones in use, not new sales. That’s up four percentage points since February, meaning Android is on the verge of overtaking Microsoft’s Windows Mobile (down from 15.1% to 13.2% in the same period). BlackBerry remains the most popular US smartphone OS with a 41.7% market share, followed by iPhone’s 24.4%, but both were down in that period – 0.4 percentage points and one percentage point respectively. However, with overall smartphone ownership up 8.1% to 49.1 million people, most of the OS’ are gaining in terms of number of subscribers.

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