iOS Still the Top Priority for Developers – Mobile Marketing Magazine

Despite its larger install base, Android is still relegated to second place when it comes to developers, according to a survey from Forrester. 35 per cent of devs target the iPhone as their first priority, compared to 27 per cent for Android handsets.
It's not hard to find examples of this at work. Just yesterday, Clash of Clans developer Supercell told the FT that it was “very actively thinking about” making the move to Android in order to expand its Asian audience – a somewhat delayed response from one of mobile gaming's biggest companies.
However, according to Forrester, Google's OS is more widely developed for overall, featuring in 84 per cent of respondents' top-five list of priorities, versus 77 per cent for iPhones.
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