comScore, through a new measurement service called “MobiLens”, has published a report about Canadian mobile behaviors and device usage.
Based on comScore data, 32.8% of Canadians own a smartphone. However, narrowing down to mobile operating systems, the data reveals that the top smartphone platform for March 2011 is RIMâ€™s BlackBerry with 42% of smartphone subscribers.
Second up, following RIM, is Apple with 31%. The remaining of the statistics are made up from Googleâ€™s Android with 12.2%, Nokiaâ€™s Symbian with 6.4% and Microsoft with 5.1%.
As for device usage, the most common use was text messaging with 64.5%, photos with 48.9%, apps with 40.6%, web browsing with 32.7% and email with 29.7%.
Are the usage stats similar to how you use your iPhone?