The iPhone vs Android debate still goes on. It’s eerily reminiscent of the video game console wars. Here is a map of Vancouver that indicates twitter use and the respective mobile device.
One could argue forever which mobile phone is superior. What this aggregate map via GNIP shows is that iPhone users (red dots) tweet more or there are a lot more iPhones out in the Greater Vancouver market in comparison to users tweeting with an Android device (green dots). It also indicates that Blackberry (purple dots) truly is a distant, far distant third place consumer device.
And just for fun, Blackberry
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