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Android beats iOS in smartphone loyalty, study finds

12 March 2018
Android beats iOS in smartphone loyalty, study finds

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Conducted by US-based Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP), the study found that 91% of Android users stuck to the platform and bought another phone running on Android.

Much was made about brand loyalty in the early days of the mobile industry but nowadays, people tend to pick a platform and stick with it. The data was "measured as the percentage of customers that remain with each operating system when activating a new phone over the twelve months ending December 2017".

The two dominant mobile operating systems in the market today offer unique user experiences. iOS has always been more restrictive.

The research firm measured the percentage of people in the USA who stayed with the operating system they were on despite upgrading their phones in 2017 to arrive at the conclusion.

Only in 2013, iPhone users were beating Android users for brand loyalty.

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Google's all devices are based on Android O; the new device will be based on the Android P that creates a big difference. Looking at it from this perspective seems to tell us that in fact more Android users are switching to iOS than the reverse and the previously noted observations. Right from the initial versions of Android, Google has continued naming its mobile OS after sweet treats every year.

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