To the Point, Android or iPhone: Popularity Showdown
This is what we call the Android and iPhone popularity showdown; we would like to know what our readers are using to enter the world of the social networking.
Do you use Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, StumbleUpon etc, if so what sort of tech do you use? We have put a poll together below this article where we have added a few names such as Android, iPhone, BlackBerry and Windows Phone 7.
Business Insider has put together something very interesting; they picked the top names in tech history that use Twitter. Here are just a few: Dennis Crowley, co-founder of Foursquare uses the iPhone, other iPhone users include Steve Case, co-founder of AOL, Chris Sacca, Twitter investor and ex-Googler, Chris Dixon, investor, co-founder of Hunch and Founder Collective, Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook, Keith Rabois, investor, GM at Square and Joshua Topolsky, editor of This Is My Next, ex-Engadget Editor In Chief. Tose that use Android devices include Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks and Fred Wilson, principal of Union Square Ventures. Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft uses Windows Phone 7, and Mark Suster, investor, partner at GRP Partners uses the BlackBerry.
Overall the outcome after 25 names looks like this: 16 uses the iPhone, Android is 4 users, 2 users for the BlackBerry and 1 user for Windows Phone 7.
Whatever social network you use, we would love to know what phone you have. Look at the list below in our poll and please tick the relevant box next to your device’s OS. Thanks
If we look at official reports Vision Mobile is offering a free report of the ‘Developer Economics 2011’ that you can download for free. This is very interesting because on the developer side of things Android is the clear winner, the Top-3 platforms in Developer Mindshare includes Android at 67% and iOS at 59%. You must remember these figures are for developers only, we are asking general phone users what they tech they are using.
Please now go below and vote what you are using, this will let us know what our readers use the most, and then the popularity showdown will be answered. Image above via Life Hacker