If you spend your commute tied to your earbuds listening to podcasts, you probably do it on an iPhone.
The iPhone makes up the lion’s share of mobile podcast listening in the United States, according to a new study by podcast discovery app Clammr, first spotted by 9to5Mac. In fact, 82% of podcast listening happens on an iPhone, compared to 16% on Android.
Android makes up about 53% of the smartphone market, while the iPhone occupies about 41%, the study notes.
Fragmentation is a big reason podcasts haven't taken off as much on Android. Various Android phones have their own slightly different versions of Android software, making it harder and more time consuming for developers. Read more...