The report, conducted with 2235 respondents surveyed in January showed a change of priorities and development plans for the mobile industry in 2011.
The report found that Google is close to Apple in the smartphone market thanks to success in 2010 and had made great strides to repeat success in the marketplace tablets as well. It is quoted from Eye Tech.
The proof is in the smartphone Android developers rose 5 percent to 87 percent, only 5 points below the iPhone developer who reached 92 percent. Many iPhone developers revealed that they were torn between choosing Android iPad or indicate that there is no loyalty to the IOS platform
Windows 7 Phone also see some growth from 28 percent to 36 percent for partners among developers.
In the last report in September 2010, 84 percent of developers said they were interested in developing applications for the iPad. This month that number had grown to 87 percent.
In September also, 62 percent of developers want to develop applications for Android tablets, but the latest figures show reaches 74 percent. This figure increases substantially greater than that seen in the iPad.Desire, Developers, Gadget, Gap, Google, Great Strides, Honeycomb, Ipad, iPhone, Loyalty, Market Research Firm, Market Thanks, Marketplace, Mobile Industry, News, Platform Windows, Previous Versions, Priorities, Proof, Respondents, Rose, Software