Google seems to unstoppable now. Google has finally declared themselves as the biggest platform of the world. It may have happened for the first time with any company in history.
Google Android has exceeded the benchmark of 1 billion units being sold with phones. In a significant gain from the last year 2013, the overall packaging of Android phones has moved from 780.3 million units to 1 billion units in 2014.
Google’s competitor Apple is way behind in the row. Apple’s market share is 15% and it would take them years to creep right next in competition with Google Android.
Post getting a dip of 20 percent in the fourth quarter, Apple made phenomenal sales by their IPhone 6 and IPhone 6 Plus.
As according to some of the strategy analytic, some of the new emerging markets like China, Korea and Indonesia have helped to upraise the growth.
They have nearly propelled a record 30 percent growth for Android by introducing low cost smart phones in the market.
Windows has been struggling to mark their platform in the phone market. They have the lowest market share at present.
They nearly trade 39 million units worldwide and are holding a 3 percent of market share. Windows is at present trying to find partners with some of the companies for their hardware manufacturing.
New emerging markets are still beyond their reach because of their poor presence. Windows is said to have a poor retails service and this is what have hindered their growth all together.