As you can see in the illustration above, Android and iOS has seen growth (3% and 2% respectively) since the previous report, which we covered in late May. In that Q1 report we saw Android taking 36% of the US market, while iOS was on 26% and RIM in third place at 23%. This quarter RIM has lost 3%, plummeting to just 20% of the market.
What's interesting for us Windows Phone users is that while Microsoft has lost a single percentage overall (counting both WinMob and WP7) dropping from 10% to 9%, we're not sure where the split is between the two. In the previous report WinMob was at 9% with WP7 only on 1%, but Nielsen has failed to separate the two platforms this time around. WP7 could be seeing positive growth and hitting 2% while WinMob falls to 7%. We just don't know.
What do you guys think, do you believe that Nyan Cat can sway some people?