Android is Breathing Down iPhone's Neck

Wolfe, Daniel
June 2010
Bank Technology News;Jun2010, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p11
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The article presents a report by Javelin Strategy and Research Inc. which shows that most active mobile banking users are on phones running Google Inc.'s Android operating system in the U.S. The March 2010 survey by Javelin says that thirty-two percent of Android users say that they had used mobile banking at their primary bank, ahead of the 24 percent of iPhone users saying the same. It states that the first Android smartphone was released in October 2008.


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