Thursday, July 18, 2013

Philippine online mobile operating system usage for June 2013

Megabolt requested I update an article posted two years ago, so here goes.

Tracking online use of mobile operating systems using StatCounter's services gives as an idea of market penetration. The figures do not represent the number of phones sold, but the number of web pages accessed by the different mobile operating systems.


Android is now the top mobile operating system in the Philippines:

  • June 2011 - 9.61%
  • June 2013 - 47.15%

Nokia's Symbian reporting has been split into two (S40 and S60) but I will combine them for this comparison. It has fallen a lot in the past two years, and with Nokia now pushing Windows Phone, this figure will continue to fall:

  • June 2011 - 55.33%
  • June 2013 - 20.30%

Combined, it still holds second place.

iPhone/iPad/iPod has grown moderately in the past two years, but I expect it to stay at this level:

  • June 2011 - 16.02%
  • June 2011 - 20.29%

After these three, the rest hold small shares.

BlackBerry is on the decline in the Philippines:

  • June 2010 - 2.02%
  • June 2011 - 1.28%

Windows Phone is on the map (but it is a small dot):

  • June 2011 - No data
  • June 2011 - 0.85%

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