Interesting that most of the comments related to the referenced article basically suggest that Android sucks.
"If android and iOS cellular usages are about the same while android phones are reported to have 2x ios market shares, it shows android users are 50% less likely to surf the web using cellular network than iOS users. What gives?"
"Well, that’s basically Gruber’s theory: that many Android smartphones aren’t being used as smartphones."
"If you take in to account that Android is outselling iOS and developers depend more on ads to generate revenue, clearly more Android users use their phone as feature phones."
"iPhone users are happy to use their phone’s web browser even when they’re at home, but Android users prefer using a computer over their phone unless they’re on the go and don’t have another data connection."
"I think many Android users simply don’t turn on the WiFi as much and iOS handles the transition between WiFi and cellular much more smoothly."
"wifi is much less power efficient on Android than on iOS, so Android users tend to leave it turned off, even when they’re within range of wifi networks. "
"people unable to use the wifi of their workplace because of their buggy android device, while cursing the IT department for the “incompatible” wifi."