"Android now claims over 1 billion active users, and is quickly closing in on Windows as the most-often-used technology platform on earth. It controls over 80 percent of the smart phone market and over 62 percent of the tablet market and is still gaining share in each every year."
62% of the market should mean you could actually see someone using an Android tablet. But where? In my un-scientific survey this week I had the ratio of 26:1 for iOS based tablets. How did I do my survey? I walked through town, coffee shops, malls etc.
I have to admit that in the smartphone market the ratio was 22:4 - so someone is using Android based phones. The other 22 where iPhones.
I just don't believe that Google's numbers have anything to do with reality.