An interesting ‘infographic’ has been created by Onavo detailing the differences between iPhone and Android for things like social networking and mobile data usage. Onavo produce a free app for the iPhone and Android that saves money by compressing the devices data usage.

The data shows that Facebook has greater popularity on the iPhone than on Android (90% v 63%), Twitter is fairly even (22% v 25%) and Google+, unsurprisingly, is heavily Android biased (8% v 35%). Facebook is by far the most used App in terms of data consumption, accounting for 10% of all iPhone data, with the average user consuming nearly 46MB, but only 5% of all Android data with the average user consuming around 19MB.

Written By: Rob Gordon

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