Cross-platform Mobile, iPhone Development Still Leading
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Although a different survey from AdMob suggested a move towards Google's Android platform, the Ovum results reported some surprisingly different results. in the Ovum survey, BlackBerry and Windows Phone OS were more popular than Android or Nokia's Symbian OS.
Interestingly enough, the top three mobile application platforms were cross-platform solutions, including Java ME, mobile browsers and standard web browsers. More than 80% of developers are developing for such platforms, with Qualcomms BREW and Adobes Flash coming in next.