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Market - Windows Phone Area

December 2014 Statistics: WP8.1 58%, Nokia 95%, LG joins

December 30, 2014 |

AdDuplex’s December report shows WP8.1 is growing

The new report by AdDuplex reveals interesting trends and market statistics about the active Windows Phone devices. Data obtained on December 22 from 4832 apps shows the Nokia Lumia 520 is still the … Read More

About 40% of the Devices Operate with Windows Phone 8.1

September 29, 2014 |

At the end of every month the development and the market behavior of Windows Phone is observed and reported by AdDuplex. Through its network we can receive a detailed statistics about the sales of different software and devices all around … Read More

Nokia sales climbing in the UK

August 29, 2014 |

Nokia’s share of the UK smartphone market reaches 10.3%

New smartphone sales data from Kantar shows that Nokia’s market share in the UK has reached 10.3% so Nokia has become the third largest brand in Great Britain after Samsung (36%) … Read More

Windows Phones are most popular in US, India and Brazil

July 11, 2014 |

A report by AdDuplex reveals the top 20 countries in the world users of phones operating by Microsoft’s system. US, India and Brazil lead the chart.

The company usually publishes reports about the use and development of Windows Phone in … Read More

Nearly 8 percent of Windows Phones now have Windows 8.1!

June 29, 2014 |

Every month Windows Phone data is treated to us by Alan Mendelevich from AdDuplex. AdDuplex is a cross promotion network for Windows Phone and Windows 8 apps. Now we will explore the Windows Phone ecosystem for June 2014. Lumia 630 … Read More

Windows Phone has a 8.4% share in Europe, 4.7% in USA

May 26, 2014 |

Kantar has published their traditional quarterly report for the smartphone sales. The numbers are relatively positive for Windows Phone as the platform increases its share in most of the countries, with the highest growth registered in the leading European markets … Read More

Windows Phone outsells iOS in 24 countries

May 5, 2014 |

A new infographic compiled by Fortumo shows all countries where Windows Phone is more popular than iOS. Microsoft’s mobile platform increased its popularity throughout the last year and in December 2013 Windows Phone outsold iOS in 24 countries, according to … Read More

Windows Phone 8.1 is already installed on 1.5 million devices

April 23, 2014 |

Windows Phone 8.1 is already installed on 3.1% of all active smartphones, according to AdDuplex. A new report shows that millions of users have joined the ‘Preview for Developers’ program, which gives an early access to updates directly from Microsoft. … Read More

Windows Phone continues to grow in Europe, USA, loses in Asia

April 1, 2014 |

As Microsoft doesn’t provide any data reports about the Windows Phone penetration around the world, we should rely on research companies such as IDC or Kantar. The latter has just published its new report about the smartphone market in different … Read More

Nokia Lumia 520 is the fifth most popular smatphone in Brazil

March 26, 2014 |

Brazil is one of the key markets for Windows Phone as the platform is constantly increasing its popularity there, driven by Nokia’s top selling device – Lumia 520. According to a new report about the market satiation in the country, … Read More

Windows Phone exceeds 10% share in Europe, 5% share in US

December 3, 2013 |

A new data from Kantar Worldpanel shows that the Windows Phone platform keeps rapidly growing, especially in Europe. The data reveals that the operating system has exceeded a 10% market share in the five largest European countries (UK, France, Germany, … Read More

Nokia with a rapid growth in USA, becomes the fourth largest smartphone brand

November 2, 2013 |

Nokia, the leading Windows Phone-based smartphone manufacturer, has become the fourth largest brand in USA for Q3 2013, with a huge growth from 1.4% to 4.1% for just a quarter. Nokia occupies the fourth spot for the first time since … Read More