| Central Penn Business Journal
iOS holds most of mobile browsing market in Dec.
Sure, Google's Android mobile operating system now offers 400,000 apps, but when it comes to perusing the Internet on a mobile device, Apple still has a hold of the market.
Last month, iOS held more than 52 percent of the mobile-browsing share, according to NetMarketShare.
Android was in third place with more than 16 percent.
Interesting to note is that at the No. 2 spot was Java ME with more than 21 percent, lending credence to the thought that people are seeking less expensive options to the ubiquitous iPhone and phones outfitted with Android.
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Andréa Maria Cecil is managing editor at the Central Penn Business Journal.