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.
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