You are right that the Android tide seems to be turning (or perhaps flattening). Still, much of this would have been Apple sales, and these market shares hide the huge unit sales growth from expanding overall smart phone sales. I'm not sure what you're referring to, exactly, the link you embedded doesn't work for me. Poking at their graphs for recent data seems to show iOS picking up its (slight) lead in North America, while both iOS and Android are still behind Symbian worldwide.
Yes, Android has been "successful" to a fair degree in market share over the last year or two. But it doesn't seem to be holding all that well. We're not seeing those "Android Grows Market Share 287" headlines anymore, either…. I don't think Android is going away, even if Google drops it, but its heyday may be over soon. I suspect the next big thing will be not-quite-Android forks, especially Amazon's - not something that helps Google at all.
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