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Many users access internet now a days via their mobile than Desktops. Analysts have proved that the users are more inclined to use Mobile to access internet rather than using the Desktop which was the case 5 years ago.

Due to the decline of Windows Phone availability, more users have been inclined towards Android OS for using internet on their mobile browsers than desktop. Earlier 38.6% of users accessed internet via their Windows Desktop, but now Android has been able to close that gap.

5 years ago Windows held 82% of the share of the global internet usage share via Desktop as compared to Android with just 2.2%. Now with the growing mobile market Android has been able to close the gap with more and more users now accessing internet through their mobiles which has become the more convenient option due to its higher speed and availability.


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