Posted January 23, 2013 5:17 pm by with 1 comment

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Well, if Apple was looking to take a bite out of Google with its own native Maps app it appears that it has worked, at least in the short term.

According to comScore, Facebook has replaced Google Maps as the top mobile app in the US in 2012.


That is certainly interesting but Google need not fret based on the following data also from comScore


What should be of most interest is that Google Play number. No matter what statistics or reports or whatever come out, it is obvious that Android’s position in the mobile world is growing and marketers will ignore this at their own risk.

Are you surprised by these results?

  • Google’s Android share is definitely growing. Just look at the chart above and iOS has its work cut out for them.