How the market share of mobile operating systems changed from 2009 to the present – MobilMania.cz

How the market share of mobile operating systems changed from 2009 to the present – MobilMania.cz
How the market share of mobile operating systems changed from 2009 to the present – MobilMania.cz
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Many mobile giants have learned that first place in the mobile market is never a guarantee that it will pay off forever. And the same applies to mobile operating systems. In the days when mobile Windows dominated, no one could imagine that someone could dethrone it. If only Microsoft knew how much the mobile world would change in 15 years…

How mobile operating system shares have evolved from 2009 to the present

The Statista agency then shows an interesting insight into how the market shares of mobile operating systems developed. From 2009 to the present. Let’s start right from the start of the chart. 15 years ago, we were tied for first place in the mobile operating system market. Both iOS and Symbian had a 37% market share. Android stagnated, but gradually began to grow in the following years. The turning point occurred in 2012, when Symbian, Android and iOS rarely tied at 22-24 percent. Since then, Android has grown steeply and iOS has steadily secured the second position. Since then, Symbian has declined dramatically until it disappeared completely.

Windows Phone can also be seen in the graphics, which did not do well for a long time. We also note the touch platform from Samsung, which grew between 2010 and 2012, but fell below two percent in just a few years. Nokia Series 40 again experienced an unprecedented boom in 2012. At one time, the system even had a 15% market share, but even that was managed by Nokia. BlackBerry’s maximum share was almost 12%, at the turn of 2010 and 2011. Today, we have practically only Android and iOS on the market, the rest of the systems have long since disappeared into the abyss of history.

Source: Extra

The article is in Czech

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