It’s a question that’s been asked over and over again in recent years, with the majority of the answers coming down to Android.
And the latest results from comScore show that Android has the most active users in the UK in 2020.
Android is on course to surpass Apple in terms of active users for 2020, with over 14 million active users.
As of January 1, 2021, Android is ahead of Apple, with 18 million active mobile users.
Google, meanwhile, is set to surpass Facebook, with 2.5 million active Facebook users, and overtook Twitter in the US with 2 million active Twitter users.
In the UK, Google is set for a big boost, with its user base rising from 4.7 million users in January 2020 to 8.2 million in 2021.
Apple, meanwhile is set on a decline, falling from 7.6 million users to 6.7 millions in 2021, with Apple’s user base down to 7.3 million users.
Microsoft, meanwhile falls into the middle of the pack, with a decline of 2.7 percent in the first quarter of 2021.
Windows Phone is still the most popular mobile platform in the world, with just over 6.5 percent of the UK’s mobile population using the platform in 2020, according to comScore data.
Windows Phone is a great platform, but Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8.1 are also very good for Android and iOS users.
Android’s mobile platform is still in its early days, but there’s no doubt that Microsoft’s operating system is the best way to get your hands on new Windows 10 apps.
Microsoft is expected to release a new version of Windows 10 later this year, which will add support for Microsoft’s Continuum-based VR headset, which Microsoft has previously described as “next-generation VR”.
Windows 10 will also offer a new feature called the HoloLens, which has been described as an augmented reality headset.
The Microsoft HoloLens will be available in the Microsoft Store in 2018, with Microsoft already claiming to be “working on bringing it to market” by 2021.