If you are one of the 104 million people in the U.S. who own a smartphone, chances are it's running Google Android, ComScore said in a report released Tuesday.
ComScore's report focused on mobile use for the three months ending in February.
After surveying more than 30,000 mobile phone subscribers, the company found that Google has continued to grow its share in the U.S. market with 50.1% of all smartphone subscribers using an Android-based phone. In November, Android had 46.9% of the market share.
Apple came in a distant second with 30.2% of the smartphone market, followed by Research in Motion-- makers of the once ubiquitous Blackberry phone -- which dropped to 13.4%.
ComScore's report also looked at the top manufacturers of mobile devices, including smartphones and non-smart phones.
Samsung captured 25.6% of the market, with LG coming in second with 20.5%. Apple has 13.5% of the market, but that number rose from 11.2% in November.