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Android Catching iPhone, April 2010

AdMob released their April 2010 Mobile Metrics Report today.  The Android Catching iPhone trend continues, and seems likely to accelerate over the next couple of months, as folks wait for the next gen iPhone.  In the Android-iPhone universe, Android now represents 37% of worldwide AdMob ad requests.  Earlier this month, NPD reported what we were all expecting: Android handsets outsold iPhone in the US in Q1, 2010.

In April, Android represented 37% of AdMob ad requests from Android and iPhone.

Interestingly, Symbian has seen some noticeable increase in ad requests over the last couple of months.  If anyone has some insight into that, please do let me know (or post a comment here).

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