comScore is out with its latest monthly U.S. smartphone market share stats, and Android continues to stay ahead of the pack while Blackberry is slowly going bye-bye.
Google’s Android platform saw a 0.8 percent increase from January 2014 to April 2014, up to 52.5 percent market share. Apple dropped by 0.2 percent to 41.4 percent, while Microsoft saw a slight increase of 0.1 percent to 3.3 percent.
Blackberry, meanwhile, fell 0.6 percentage points to just 2.5 percent of market share as the company continues to keep up with everyone else. Microsoft, which first passed Blackberry in market share back in January, increased its lead over the Canada-based company by 0.2 percent from last month’s report.
In terms of smartphone OEM market share, Apple maintained its lead over Samsung, though Samsung did see a 1 percent increase. comScore also noted that 168 million people now own smartphones in the U.S.