Onavo, the company that making apps for the mobile data monitoring applications, has shared some light on the differences between iPhone and Android users, at least when it comes to their mobile social networking behaviors.
Onavo analyzed data from a representative sample of more than 100,000 mobile owners, and looked at more than 40 terabytes of anonymized mobile data over a 30-day period.
This is a results.
“The social networking activity on mobile clearly differs according to which mobile you have,” Onavo CEO Guy Rosen tells Mashable. “Facebook, the overall winner no matter what phone you have, is significantly more popular on iPhones in terms of both number of users and amount of usage. And while Google+ has made some big moves on Android devices with more than one in three Androiders is on Google+, fewer than 1-in-10 iPhone users are there.”