Windows Phone Mobile Web Usage Finally Surpasses Symbian

data provided by Net Applications. Usage of Symbian dropped to 2.61% in August, while Windows Phone web usage came in at 2.69%. While this is only 0.07% more than its nearest neighbor, it is enough to give Microsoft’s mobile operating system the win. A long way to go for Windows Phone still, but the way it is picking up pace, it is only a matter of time. Just for the record, Android tops these rankings with 45.01%, though iOS is not all that far behind with highly impressive figures of 44.34%. Curiously, Java ME has a 3.77% market share, higher than both Symbian and Windows Phone, and showing that there still are users that browse the web on feature phones — even with the mobile revolution taking place all around the globe. Statistics, they always surprise.]]>

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