One in six iPhone owners would buy an iPad, says AdMob report
AdMob (which now belongs to Google) has issued its January 2010 Mobile Metrics report, which contains lots of interesting details about the current mobile trends.
For example, 16% of iPhone users intend to buy an iPad in the future, while only 11% of WebOS users and 6% of Android users are interested in Apple’s new tablet (which should be available starting March).
Furthermore, 91% of iPhone users are likely to recommend their smartphone to friends or colleagues. 84% of Android users would recommend their handset, while only 69% of WebOS users say their Palm smartphone can be recommended.
Moving on, 50% of iPhone owners purchased at least one paid application, while only 21% of Android users did the same.
57% of iPhone users and 58% of WebOS users are males. On the other hand, Android users are mostly males (73%) – yeah, only 27% of Android phone owners are females (I wonder why that is).
You can read the full report at AdMob here.