Android smartphone became the top operating system in January and the Kindle Fire became the first true competitor to the iPad reports Jumptap.
The Kindle Fire accounted for 33% of the market in January 2012 with 20% held by others and 48% of tablets with Apple's iPad OS.
This confirms recent data from Nielsen that shows 89% of smartphones that were acquired in Q4 of 2011 were Android or iOS, and only 6% were Blackberry.
Jumptap looked at device stats in Las Vegas during CES to find that Vegas had a 100% increase in iPad use and 111%increase in Blackberry use during CES. CES attendees were also less likely to be packing feature phones than Vegas locals.
The results of the Jumptap MobileSTAT reports are derived from large quantities of network data to identify targeting and audience trends.