Itâ€™s not a secret that Windows Phone/Windows 10 Mobile is declining these days, and some market research firms already forecast the complete demise of the platform, but as far as NetMarketShare is concerned, itâ€™s not the end of the world. Or at least, not yet.
Data provided for the month of March puts Windows Phone at 1.33 percent, which is indeed a disappointing market share for Microsoftâ€™s mobile platform, but still not as bad as many other analysts indicated.
Of course, itâ€™s hard to tell whether this 1.33 percent share is accurate or not, but given the fact that NetMarketShare itself is a reliable source of market share data for the desktop and browsers, these mobile stats are definitely worth a look.
And truth be told, even these figures indicate a decline experienced by Windows Phone, and last month alone the platform dropped 0.08 percent.
Android is obviously the leading operating system for mobile devices with 62.94 percent share, while iOS is the runner-u… (read more)