The Android Revolution

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The Android Revolution How Android came to dominate mobile as we know it.

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the rise of android Android: 1 billion iOS: 500 Million Around the world, there are 1 billion Android users — more than twice as many as iOS.

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the rise of android The Android operating system covers about 80% of the total smartphone market share worldwide. 100% 79.8% 75% 84.8% 82.8% Android 69.3% 50% 25% Blackberry iOS OTHERS 0% 2012 2013 2014 2015

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the rise of android Android is available in 46 different languages around the world.

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the rise of android And is the most popular mobile OS in 135 out of 227 countries. Android other

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the rise of android In addition to phones, Android powers tablets, wearables, TVs, home appliances, and car interfaces.

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the demand increases java: 40% javascript: 29% objective c: 28% Java, Android’s primary programming language, is the most in-demand mobile development skill among employers.

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the demand increases java: 40% javascript: 29% objective c: 28% 40% of full-time mobile developers say that Android is a priority for them over any other mobile operating system available.

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a call for developers The massive number of users and quickly evolving technology has led to a huge shortage of Android developers.

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a call for developers There are more than 100,000 Android Development jobs currently available — that’s more than 10 times the number listed for iOS. Android: 108,279 iOS: 1,014 0 30,000 60,000 90,000 120,000

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a call for developers 2012 $96,000 / YR Due to the lack of available talent, employers are paying Android developers an average of $100,000— up 6% from 2012. 2015 $100,000 / YR

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JOIN The Android Revolution Icons in order of appearance by: Julien Meysmens Arthur Shlain Grant Taylor Martha Ormiston Eli Revzin Ayesha Rana Amy Shwartz Sebastian Langer Become an Android Developer.

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