Latest comScore data reveals shrinking gap between Android and iOS Market research firm ComScore has released its latest numbers for the US smartphone market revealing an increase in iOS' market share and a slight decrease in Android's share of the market. Android remains the top smartphone platform in the country with 51.6% share of the market, slightly down from the 52.4% it had in the month of March. On the other hand, iOS' share was up from 42.6% to 44.1%. Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and Symbian rounded up the top-5 with 2.9 (down from 3.3), 1.2 (down from 1.6) and 0.1% share, respectively. As for smartphone manufacturers, Apple continued to be at the top with 44.1% market share, while Samsung came in second with 28.1% share of the market. LG, Motorola, and HTC rounded up the top-5 with 8.3%, 4.9%, and 3.4% share, respectively.