Jan 30, 2012

Forget the iPad, Android tablet makers better fear the Kindle Fire
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Technology

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Android tablet makers have been chasing the leader of the tablet pack, the iPad, for two years. New numbers that have been recently been collected show that the Amazon Kindle Fire is already taking over the Android tablet space. Samsung and friends better be fearing the Kindle Fire, not the iPad.According to the new numbers from Flurry, the Kindle Fire has already dominated the Android tablet space, and not by a small margin. Tablet statistics are often questioned, as they usually track unit shipments and not sales. Flurry’s numbers avoid that by tracking end user application sessions over time. These are strictly measuring what device is being used for actual user sessions, so the statistics are useful when comparing devices.
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  • Cool kindle. I would love to have one. Android tablets are great.

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    • I see you do reviews on these tablets that is cool. We need a curator on Internet Billboards to share reviews through Scoop.it and there picks.

  • Interesting post 🙂 Don’t forget the sales on the books and games you can buy from Amazon and of course all intergrated in the Kindle Fire. Read my review here: http://www.thekindlefire.org and decide for yourself if it is worth to buy one.
    Regards, Frank

    • Thanks Frank I am going to check out your review right now. I am interested in learning more about the Kindle Fire and comparing it on it’s merits to the other comparable tech products. I will let you know what I think of your review OK.


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