It has been a while since Windows had a decent smartphone, and this has impacted its total share of the smartphone world. Recent stats show that Windows phones make up a measly 2.7% of the market in the U.S. To make matters worse, when comparing the stats from November 2015, to the ones sent out in February, Windows phone sales have dropped from 1.7% of sales, to 1.1% during the months of December 2015 to February 2016.

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Android still has the top spot with 52.9% of the market, given that Samsung, LG, and all the others, besides Apple, run off Android OS. Apple on the other hand occupies 43.6% of the market. As for BlackBerry, well, it is sitting at 0.8%, which is not surprising given the companies lack of releases and massive drop in sales over the past year.

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It is also important to note that out of the top 15 apps downloaded, Microsoft does not have one first party app listed. Google and Apple all have apps listed, but there is no sign of Office or any of its subsidiaries.

Top-15-Smartphone-Apps-US-period-ending-January-2016It seems that Android and Apple will fighting it out for top spot yet again in 2016, with Microsoft and BlackBerry trailing far behind.

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