While most bank mobile apps are focused initially on iPhones, then move to Blackberry and Android in subsequent rollouts, it would appear that Android and iPhone are the way to go as BlackBerry falls behind its two rivals in sales.

Gartner says about 417 million mobile phones were sold globally in the third quarter of 2010, up 35% from third quarter 2009—and smartphones now account for nearly 20% of all mobile sales. 
In terms of types of phones, Apple’s iPhone has jumped ahead of Research in Motion’s Blackberry.

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