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Amazon’s Android Captures More Than Half Of Android Tablet Market

A prodigious report has been released by the ComScore. They said that more tablets run on the Amazon’s Android version than Google’s. ComScore’s report says that Kindle Fire captures more than half of Android tablet market, 54% to be exact. Although, Amazon did not reveal how many Kindle Fire it has sold so far, ComScore managed to gather the data by tracking device on the web. In just six months, Kindle Fire has managed to eat up more than half of the market.


Amazon’s Android Version

ComScore has conducted the study by tracking device traffic on the web. The study shows that in February of 2012, Kindle Fire has captured 54.4 percent of the Android tablet market. In January 2012 and December 2011 it was 41.8 percent and 29.4 percent, respectively.

The news does not come as a surprise for Amazon though. Amazon said that Kindle Fire remains the best selling product among the ones offered.

Source: ComScore

VIA: AllThingsD

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