Of course, you could reorder the graph slices to show something different, but this explanation reflects what I’ve seen anecdotally. More importantly, it explains some of Android’s real-world odditites, including why its unit marketshare isn’t even remotely proportional to its web-browsing share or paid-app sales: it’s selling a lot more to people who aren’t accustomed to doing much with their phones and don’t use them like pocket computers.

Ecco. (da Marco Arment)