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Wednesday, 21 December 2011 10:39

Android activations hit 700,000 a day

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That’s 16 since you started reading, now it’s 24


Android head honcho Andy Rubin is proudly telling the world that the number of daily Android activations has surpassed 700,000.

Google has a lot to be happy about, since the number of activations has shot up from 400,000 in May, to 550,000 in July, all the way to 700,000+ in just over seven months. The total number of Android devices activated so far is over 200 million, still about 50 million short of iOS, but catching up fast.

Basically 700,000 a day works out to about 8 devices every single second, so just imagine the amount of work and resources that went into the production effort. Only Santa delivers more toys per second.

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