Android now tops in the smartphone market

Trying to decide which mobile platforms to support at your hospital? Put Android at the top of your list. iPhones and iPads may be getting all the media attention when it comes to healthcare, but according to audience-measurement firm comScore, Android has taken the lead in the smartphone market (with a more than 50 percent share), Mobile Marketing Watch reports. Apple is in second at 30 percent and RIM a distant third at 13 percent. Article

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