Monday, February 27, 2012

Android crosses 850,000 activations per day with 450,000 apps in the store, Andy Rubin says

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The Android platform is now seeing more than 850,000 device activations per day, up from the 700,000 figured shared back in January, according to Andy Rubin, who oversees the OS at Google.

The figures suggest that Android may be gaining some momentum again, after Apple saw a blowout $46.3 billion quarter during Christmas in the wake of the iPhone 4S launch. Given that Android was 250 million cumulative device activations during the company’s last quarterly earnings call, this rate suggests that the platform is nearing 300 million device activations to date. Update: Actually, there are more than 300 million device activations to date, according to a Google blog post.

Android crosses 850,000 activations per day with 450,000 apps in the store, Andy Rubin says

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