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Google’s Android reaches 1 billion device activation milestone

Today Google‘s Senior Vice President and current head of Android Sundar Pichai just shocked the Android world by posting a few beautifully timed posts on his social network pages. For one he has confirmed the next version of Android will be 4.4 (not 5.0) and will be called KitKat. Say goodbye to Key Lime Pie. Not only that, but the Android train cannot be stopped, and we’ve reached another milestone.

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This morning Sundar has confirmed that Android device activations are growing at an incredible rate. The entire Android ecosystem worldwide has sped up so fast that in just 3 months there’s been over 100 million Android device activations added to the nearly 900 million they announced at Google I/O. So what does this mean? Good things!

Sundar confirmed that Android has now exceeded the 1 billion device activations milestone, something we all figured would arrive at some point in late 2013 or early next year. Instead, the growing Android ecosystem in the US, and elsewhere, especially emerging markets has kept Android on top. Google’s own Eric Schmidt said we’d probably get to 1 billion by the end of the year, so congrats to the entire Android team.

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So what next? Android 4.4 KitKat will be coming soon, most likely in October if Google follows last years time frame. There’s been a lot of reports and rumors surrounding the new Nexus, and there’s reports we could see an improved N4, and and all-new Nexus 5 both. We’ll have to wait and see. One thing we do know is Android is continuing their dominance in the mobile market, and isn’t slowing down anytime soon.

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Android passes 1 billion activations

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An amazing milestone just a handful of years after its inception

Ever since Google announced that the total number of Android device activations had passed 900 million back at Google I/O we've been waiting for that magical 1 billion stat to become official. Taking to his Google+ page, head of Android, Chrome and Apps Sundar Pichai revealed today that over 1 billion Android devices had been activated to date.

That's a serious number, and at the rate of at least 1.5 million more activations per day, the milestones are going to keep on coming.

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Google announces Android has surpassed 1 billion device activations

Google’s Sundar Pichai has just announced (on Google+) that Android device activations have surpased 1 billion! This is a major milestone for Google, a company who is striving to have as many activations as there are people in this vast world.

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Verizon smartphone revenue up in Q2 2013, half of all 7.5 million activations were iPhones (updated)

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Verizon’s latest quarterly report reveals a carrier chugging along nicely, thank you very much. Total revenue (including wireless and wireline) is up slightly to $29.8 billion, while wireless service revenue on its own grew by 8.3 percent compared to the same quarter last year. Nearly a million (941,000) new retail postpaid customers joined the VZW brigade, some of whom may have been drawn to the carrier’s expanding LTE service, which is now available to 301 million Americans, as well as to new handsets like the Nokia Lumia 928 and possibly even the BlackBerry Q10 (or maybe not). In any case, those high-margin subscribers helped to increase profit by 14 percent — so long as you’re the kind of person who’s content to be guided by “non-GAAP consolidated adjusted earnings per share.” There’s also no sign of the pension-related issues that affected the company last quarter, which leaves this carrier high and dry, regardless of how smartphone saturation may be affecting others along the food chain.

Update: In its earnings call, Verizon added that 59 percent of traffic on its network is on 4G LTE, and 52 percent of its smartphone activations (around 3.8 million device activations) were iPhones.

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Google I/O 2013 Keynote: Android activations account for nearly 1/7th of the world’s population with 900 million total activations

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The Google I/O Keynote is here and we have some fun stats for you. Not only has Android grown as the OS of choice for mobile users, but the platform has grown at an extraordinary pace. Activations have gone from 200 million activations in 2011 to a stunning 900 million activations as of today. While there are 7 billion people on the planet, the fact that Android accounts for nearly 1/7th of the world’s population is a impressive feat. Complimenting the number of activations is the stunning tally of 48 billion app installs, with an eye-popping 2.5 billion app installs in the last few months alone. Yes friends—- the Android platform is not just kicking some ass— but it’s here to stay.

 

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Google I/O 2013 Keynote: Android activations account for nearly 1/7th of the world’s population with 900 million total activations

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The Google I/O Keynote is here and we have some fun stats for you. Not only has Android grown as the OS of choice for mobile users, but the platform has grown at an extraordinary pace. Activations have gone from 200 million activations in 2011 to a stunning 900 million activations as of today. While there are 7 billion people on the planet, the fact that Android accounts for nearly 1/7th of the world’s population is a impressive feat. Complimenting the number of activations is the stunning tally of 48 billion app installs, with an eye-popping 2.5 billion app installs in the last few months alone. Yes friends—- the Android platform is not just kicking some ass— but it’s here to stay.

 

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Google I/O 2013 Keynote: Android activations account for nearly 1/7th of the world’s population with 900 million total activations

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The Google I/O Keynote is here and we have some fun stats for you. Not only has Android grown as the OS of choice for mobile users, but the platform has grown at an extraordinary pace. Activations have gone from 200 million activations in 2011 to a stunning 900 million activations as of today. While there are 7 billion people on the planet, the fact that Android accounts for nearly 1/7th of the world’s population is a impressive feat. Complimenting the number of activations is the stunning tally of 48 billion app installs, with an eye-popping 2.5 billion app installs in the last few months alone. Yes friends—- the Android platform is not just kicking some ass— but it’s here to stay.

 

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Google I/O 2013: 900 million Android activations and 48 billion app installs

The 2013 Google I/O keynote has begun and as we often hear in the beginning, they are talking numbers. In this case, Android numbers relating to activations and a bit about Google Play installs and revenue. Looking back, 2011 had 100 million device activations and 2012 brought that number up to 400 million.

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From that point it was said the “momentum has been breathtaking since then.” Translating breathtaking momentum into numbers and Google was referring to 40 million activations in October of 2010 and 200 million in November 2011. At present, that yearly number has increased to 900 million and it has been dubbed an “extraordinary achievement.”

Shifting away from the installations and into Google Play. The number here is 48 billion, with a B. That is for app installs, of which there were 2.8 billion during the previous month. Given the app install number is high, one may suspect the developers are doing well as a result.

In regards to this, Google shared that revenue per user is 2.5 times what it was last year. Seems like developers should have a bit easier time trying to decide which platform to work with. Touching on the revenue in dollars and while Google didn’t mention specifics, they did say they have paid more this year (in 4 months) than they did in all of 2012.

Plenty more Google I/O coverage still to come so make sure to keep an eye on the portal. In the meantime, while we are already looking at 900 million activations this year — anyone have a guess as to how big that number will be by the end of the year?

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Google I/O 2013: 900 million Android activations and 48 billion app installs

The 2013 Google I/O keynote has begun and as we often hear in the beginning, they are talking numbers. In this case, Android numbers relating to activations and a bit about Google Play installs and revenue. Looking back, 2011 had 100 million device activations and 2012 brought that number up to 400 million.

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From that point it was said the “momentum has been breathtaking since then.” Translating breathtaking momentum into numbers and Google was referring to 40 million activations in October of 2010 and 200 million in November 2011. At present, that yearly number has increased to 900 million and it has been dubbed an “extraordinary achievement.”

Shifting away from the installations and into Google Play. The number here is 48 billion, with a B. That is for app installs, of which there were 2.8 billion during the previous month. Given the app install number is high, one may suspect the developers are doing well as a result.

In regards to this, Google shared that revenue per user is 2.5 times what it was last year. Seems like developers should have a bit easier time trying to decide which platform to work with. Touching on the revenue in dollars and while Google didn’t mention specifics, they did say they have paid more this year (in 4 months) than they did in all of 2012.

Plenty more Google I/O coverage still to come so make sure to keep an eye on the portal. In the meantime, while we are already looking at 900 million activations this year — anyone have a guess as to how big that number will be by the end of the year?

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Android reaches 900 million activations

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At the Google I/O keynote in San Francisco, Android and Chrome head Sundar Pichai has just revealed that Android has passed the milestone of 900 million activations, up from 400 million in 2012 and 100 million in 2011.

Pichai called the milestone "an extraordinary ecosystem achievement," but joked "there are 7 billion people in the world, so we have a long way to go, and we think we're just getting started." 

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Android reaches 900 million activations

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At the Google I/O keynote in San Francisco, Android and Chrome head Sundar Pichai has just revealed that Android has passed the milestone of 900 million activations, up from 400 million in 2012 and 100 million in 2011.

Pichai called the milestone "an extraordinary ecosystem achievement," but joked "there are 7 billion people in the world, so we have a long way to go, and we think we're just getting started." 

Follow our live coverage of the Google I/O keynote for the rest of the day's news!

    

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Android reaches 900 million activations

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At the Google I/O keynote in San Francisco, Android and Chrome head Sundar Pichai has just revealed that Android has passed the milestone of 900 million activations, up from 400 million in 2012 and 100 million in 2011.

Pichai called the milestone "an extraordinary ecosystem achievement," but joked "there are 7 billion people in the world, so we have a long way to go, and we think we're just getting started." 

Follow our live coverage of the Google I/O keynote for the rest of the day's news!

    

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Larry Page: 750 million Android activations to date

Slipped into today’s announcement that Andy Rubin will step down as Android lead, relinquishing the position to Sundar Pichai, was some new info on device activations. According to Google CEO Larry Page, Android boasts 750 million activations to date with over 25 billion app downloads from the Android Market/Google Play Store.

Activation numbers aren’t always a solid indication of actual device circulation, as pointed out by analyst Benedict Evans. He estimates an active user base of closer to 675 million, plus or minus phones that run Android but lack access to Google services in regions such as China as well as second-hand device sales.

Regardless of how you slice it, the figure is fairly staggering. In contrast, Apple’s iOS sits right around 400 million activations, nearly half that of Android.

[via TechCrunch]

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Last week of December brings over 50 million Android and iOS device activations

Smartphones and tablets were some of if not the most popular gifts for giving this holiday season. Perhaps you received one or used that holiday bonus to treat yo’ self, and if you did you can count yourself among the over 50 million who activated an Android or iOS device in the final week of December. About 17 million were activated on Christmas Day alone.

And all those devices are worthless without apps, or that’s what the numbers dictate. You all downloaded 1.76 billion applications and games during the same time period, according to Flurry, who ran the analytics. The numbers are up from last year’s holiday season when we saw 20 million activations and 1.2 billion app downloads. Things only look to move up in 2013. Early forecasts see app downloads breaking the 2 billion mark for the same week this year.

Flurry did not provide a breakdown of how many devices for each platform were activated. It likely wasn’t a pure 50/50 split. Who out there counts themselves among the 50 million plus owners of a shiny new mobile device?

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Page: Android activations still at 1.3 million a day

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Google's Larry Page made it to the third-quarter earnings call (after missing the Q2 call). And in his opening remarks, he dropped the same activations numbers on us that we heard back in late September. More than a half-billion Android devices in the field, with more than 1.3 million activations per day. It's not overly surprising that the numbers haven't really changed in a month — we just like shiny new things like everybody else.

And, as we pointed out this morning after Verizon's earnings call, it's still heads and shoulders above every other platform not named iPhone.

We're kibbitzing on the earnings call now. You can listen live after the break.

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Google’s Eric Schmidt predicts 1 billion Android activations within a year

It’s no secret that Android is massive. It’s growing at a staggering rate, and according to Google’s Eric Schmidt, the number of activated Android devices in the wild is going to reach a billion within the next year. That’s a billion, you know, with a B. That is an absolutely obscene amount of devices.

Schmidt did not just pull this number out of the air. According to him, there are 1.3 million new Android devices activated every single day, and if they keeps up or grows slightly, reaching a billion devices should not prove to be a problem. He of course mentioned that they already have four-times more phones than Apple, which creates a much stronger platform than its largest competitor.

Android is already sitting at 500 million activated devices, which puts it halfway to its lofty billion device goal. The growth of the Android platform has been something to behold. It was only two years ago that Android was only seeing 200,000 devices activated each day. I say only, but 200,000 is still a ton of devices, it is just nothing when compared to the 1.3 million Schmidt talks about now. If that growth pattern continues, they could hit a billion devices even faster than Schmidt is predicting.

Schmidt also talks about how smartphones, specifically Android devices, are taking over for the PC. While they have not quite surpassed PC usage yet, they are growing incredibly close, according to Schmidt. His claim is backed up by the fact that PC sales actually declined for the first time in 11 years. Could smartphones take over? Only time will tell, but one thing is for sure, Android is in a great position to be the leading smartphone platform if they do overtake PCs as the main way to consume information and entertainment.

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Verizon sees more Android activations than all other carriers

If there’s one thing about Verizon, they love touting their huge 4G LTE network, as well as the Android phones that go with it. It isn’t too surprising then that between June and August of this year, Android devices accounted for around half of all device activations on Verizon. That’s a lot of Android phones.

Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) surveyed people who activated smartphones between June and August 2012 to determine what mobile operating system garnered the most activations. They found that not only does Verizon see more overall activations than the other carriers, but Big Red sees more Android activations than any other carrier, period.

Furthermore, Verizon sells roughly 70 percent of its phones through its retail stores, which is more than any other carrier. A quarter of all Verizon’s mobile phone activations between June and August occurred at their own brick-and-mortar stores, and 91% of them came from existing customers. It seems Verizon has seen a lot of activity lately, and it looks like a lot of people are embracing the carrier’s Share Everything plans more so than what Verizon thought.

In terms of the entire smartphone market, Android leads the way owning 48% of all smartphone activations from June to August. iOS comes in second at 29%, features phones come next at 17%, BlackBerry with 4%, and Windows Phone devices with just 1%.

[via AllThingsD]


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Report: Half of Verizon’s Phone Activations are Android, Feature Phones Crushing Windows Phone and Blackberry

A recent survey conducted by CIRP, asked consumers who activated smartphones from June through August which type of phone they used and from what carrier. The operating system breakdown looked something like this:  48% Android, 28% iPhone, 17% feature phone, 4% Blackberry, and 1% Windows Phone. The shocking number there is that of feature phones, [...]

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Android activations hit 500 million global milestone

Google has given us a new statistic to go alongside its regular daily activations figures, revealing that it’s now reached the incredible milestone of seeing 500 million Android devices activated around the world. That’s half a billion. Or, to put it in layman’s terms, ABSOLUTELY SHITLOADS OF THE THINGS.

The number comes from Google employee Hugo Barra, who stuck it up on his G+ page overnight. Here are a small selection of that 500,000,000:

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And with tablet adoption rocketing thanks to the super-cheap models AND the amazing rise of Samsung around the world, it won’t be long until we’re counting Android users by the billion.

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Global Android Activations Hit 500 Million on the Eve of the New iPhone

Hours before Apple’s Tim Cook will take the stage to announce the new iPhone and a handful of other products, Google’s Hugo Barra took to Google+ to announce that Android activations have now topped the 500 million mark globally. Last week, Eric Schmidt announced that the number had reached 480 million, but in a world [...]

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Google activating 1.3 million Android devices a day

Google’s Eric Schmidt updated us with the latest Android activations numbers last night, with the proud dad informing the world that 1.3 million new Android devices are now turned on for the first time every day. Schmidt also broke this number down and gave us specific tablet figures for the first time, revealing that 70,000 of those daily activations are tablet devices.

We’ve followed this activations data since 2010, when 160,000 seemed like a lot of things to sell. How innocent we once were.

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The last time Google updated these numbers was back in June, when it was seeing 1 million new devices switched on every day. Just when you think Android can’t grow any bigger any faster… IT DOES.

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Google Reaches 1.3 Million Device Activations Per Day

I think we all have an idea that Android is a really popular operating system for mobile devices, but actually how popular is Android? Well, Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, made his presence today at the Motorola-Verizon event in New York City yesterday by appearing on stage and decided to reveal some of the latest numbers for both Android activations and installs. The number has grown drastically over the years and has now moved well past the 1 million mark and is not sitting at 1.3 device activations per day and climbing. That’s not all though, Schmidt continued to tell us that Android now has an install base of 480 million users and with the acquisition of Motorola, that will only help grow that number from here on out.

I can definitely say that we should be expecting a lot more in the Android world to happen after the acquisition of Motorola. We already know of all the changes that Eric Schmidt has made to Motorola, such as laying off around 4,000+ employee’s and closing numerous Motorola building across the world. While we all thought that was a terrible thing, we later learned that Motorola had actually ever been earning any sort of income. They’ve sold phones, made money, paid off debts, paid their employee’s, kept the lights on and then made a new phone. That said, it seems as if Schmidt was just trying to get the company to be substantial on its own, and I think he’s doing a darn good job at that. Aside from that, we haven’t seen any drastic changes in the company, but since they are now focusing on their current devices more instead of constantly building new ones, I can only imagine how many customers are going to be happy with Schmidt purchasing Motorola. It really does seem as if the acquisition is smoothing out and going really well.

I’m kind of excited to see what is in store for the future of Motorola. We all know Eric Schmidt has a brain on his shoulders and does a fantastic job at what he does, but what will we be seeing in the future of Motorola? More focus on updating software for handsets? Starting production on Google’s own hardware? Who knows, but many sources are suspecting that Google will be making their own hardware soon here.

Whatever the case, 1.3 million activations per day is a lot. In two weeks that’s about 182 million devices. Apple these days isn’t doing so well compared to Google hit operating system. I can only imagine with these statistics how well the iPhone 5 will actually do when it releases later this month. Probably not so well, especially with the lawsuits Apple is taking against Android, Android just keeps getting more and more popular. If Android is able to keep up the 1.3 million devices a day, before we know it they’ll have the entire world covered with no room left for Apple (aside from the tiny cult surrounding the Cupertino building).

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Eric Schmidt outs 1.3 Million Android activations daily, 500 million devices worldwide

Today during Motorola‘s announcement of a few new DROID RAZR HD smartphones for Verizon Wireless we received a few heartfelt words from Google’s own Eric Schmidt. Since Google’s now the proud owner of Motorola Mobility he took the stage to talk about the future, then talked Android numbers.

The staggering and simply amazing numbers you see above is what the number one mobile OS in the world if capable of. Put Android out for the masses and this is what you get it return. 1.3 million Android devices being activated each and every single day. That’s seriously quite impressive.

We’ve slowly seen this number climb from 500,000 to 800k and then a few months back it had passed the 1 million a day mark. Now just a few short months after Google IO and the activations daily are approaching 1.5 million a day. Schmidt then went on to blow our minds even more by stating that there is currently almost 500 million Android smartphones, tablets, and devices worldwide to this day. If that isn’t a serious rate of adoption I don’t know what is.

Eric Schmidt quickly took the time to talk Motorola, numbers, the future, and then finished by saying do the math! With Dennis Woodside here to take Motorola to the next step, and Google to continue to push the cutting edge with Android things should be exciting. The added bonus of Google and Motorola being one should only help these numbers continue to climb.


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Google reaches 1.3 million device activations per day, install base at 480 million

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Eric Schmidt has made his presence known at the Motorola-Verizon event in New York City by appearing on stage first and as such, he decided to go ahead and share some of the latest numbers for Android activations and installs. The number has grown significantly over the years and has now moved past the 1 million mark and is now tracking 1.3 million device activations per day. To go along with that, Schmidt also noted Android now has an install base of 480 million users and the Google Motorola relationship will only help that to continue to grow from here on out.

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Google Chairman Highlights Success Of Android Platform, Claims “1.3 Million Android Activations” Per Day

 

Motorola is already seeing a heavy hand from Google as Chairman Eric Schmidt is giving the keynote at the Motorola event today. He continues to highlight the success of the Android ecosystem by confirming there are “1.3 million Android activations” per day in reference to Android smartphones, while adding Android tablets are also growing at a tremendous pace.

Looks like Google is saying any remaining or lingering doubts about Android’s success can now be put to rest.

 


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Google’s Eric Schmidt: 1.3 million Android activations a day, 480 million devices worldwide

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Kicking off the Motorola event in NYC, Google’s Eric Schmidt has revealed some new Android figures for its captive audience of journalists and bloggers. It’s now notching up some 1.3 million activations a day, which includes around 70,000 tablets (“We were late to them”, notes Schmidt) every 24 hours. In total, that makes for just shy of 500 million Google-powered mobile devices around the globe — 80 million in just over two months.

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Eric Schmidt Reveals New Activation Numbers – 1.3 Million Android Devices Activated Each Day

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Eric Schmidt has just left the stage at Motorola’s “On Display” event in New York. Before leaving, though, he divulged some interesting new Android-related numbers.

First among them was the latest figure for “activations per day,” which tracks the total number of new Android devices activated each and every day. You may remember Andy Rubin revealing that number to be around 900,000 while quashing rumors back in June, but according to Schmidt, the total number of daily activations has now topped 1.3 million. That’s 1,300,000 – an undoubtedly impressive number.

Out of that 1.3 million devices per day, Schmidt noted that 70,000 were tablets.

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Eric Schmidt: 1.3 Million Android Activations a Day, 480 Million in Total

Today at Motorola’s press conference, Eric Schmidt surprised everyone with his presence and laid out some numbers for all you Android fans out there. As of today, 1.3 million Android devices are activated daily, 70,000 of those are Android tablets totaling at a whopping 480 million. As we’ve seen, these numbers continue to grow and become [...]

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Google reaches 1.3 million device activations per day, install base at 480 million

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Eric Schmidt has made his presence known at the Motorola-Verizon event in New York City by appearing on stage first and as such, he decided to go ahead and share some of the latest numbers for Android activations and installs. The number has grown significantly over the years and has now moved past the 1 million mark and is now tracking 1.3 million device activations per day. To go along with that, Schmidt also noted Android now has an install base of 480 million users and the Google Motorola relationship will only help that to continue to grow from here on out.

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Eric Schmidt: 1.3 million Android activations per day, installed base at 480 million

In a slightly surprising turn, Eric Schmidt has taken the stage for one of the first post-buyout press conferences hosted by Motorola, and he has revealed the latest activation numbers for Google’s Android platform. Android is now seeing 1.3 million activations per day, 70,000 of which are tablets. That number has no doubt been spurred on by the launch of the world’s first Jelly Bean tablet, the Nexus 7. With so many activations, Android now boasts an installed base of 480 million users.

Quite the impressive figure, and while we don’t have all the data in front of us, easily enough users to establish Android’s position as the world’s top mobile platform. Dennis Woodside, new CEO of Motorola, come on stage to talk a bit more about the company now that they are under Google’s wing and new handset announcements are sure to follow shortly. Stay tuned.

 


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