Shocking data we receive from the web 9to5Mac , which claims that Google gets more benefits from IOS Android on the market for mobile platforms. Google already admitted before the U.S. Congress that two thirds of the revenue came from mobile platforms from Apple IOS devices, but this figure becomes even higher.
Between 2008 and 2011, Google raked in 550 million dollars in the Android market, but raised four times that amount through their presence in IOS as default search engine in Safari and Google Maps application. Google has been present in the devices since the launch of Apple iPhone in 2007.
Once again Google shows some dependence on Apple, a company that is making decisions that could away from the search leader. We recall the animosity that Android Jobs gave him and his desire "to spend every dollar to end that bad copy of IOS."