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What’s Really Going on With Australian Smartphone Market Share?
Australian Smartphone and Tablet Data

What’s Really Going on With Australian Smartphone Market Share?

For a long time the Australian smartphone market has been defined by a battle between the iOS and Android operating systems. At the heart of it, the battle is between Apple and Google. So who is really leading the charge, what’s happening right now in Australia, and what should we expect in the next few years?

Who’s got the Seven Year Smartphone Itch?
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Who’s got the Seven Year Smartphone Itch?

Remember 2007? Kevin Rudd became PM of Australia, the final Harry Potter book was released and a social networking site called Facebook was opened to the public. It’s also the year Steve Jobs unveiled the iPhone, calling it “a revolutionary and magical product that is literally 5 years ahead of any other mobile phone”.

What are Australian Smartphone Sales Figures Telling Us?
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What are Australian Smartphone Sales Figures Telling Us?

According to Kantar, Android devices make up just under 60% of sales of smartphones in Australia, Apple around 35% and Windows 5%. Blackberry is all but gone. So how relevant are these smartphone sales share figures, and what can they really be used for?

Android slows, Blackberry dives and iOS regains strength
Market Data

Android slows, Blackberry dives and iOS regains strength

The latest Kantar WorldPanel ComTech figures show that Android’s growth spurt in Australia may be losing some of its fire.

Android Extends Lead on Australian iPhone Sales
Market Data

Android Extends Lead on Australian iPhone Sales

Devices running Google’s Android OS continue to dominate the global market, building on their lead ahead of the iPhone in sales of smartphones globally. We compare these global results with what’s happening in Australia.

Android Leads Sales but Apple’s iOS Still Owns Usage
Market Data

Android Leads Sales but Apple’s iOS Still Owns Usage

Android has been dominating global market share of smartphone sales but they are trailing well behind Apple in usage. In Australia we are certainly not seeing mobile web and app usage to reflect these device market shares.