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Amazon Echo Devices Make Up 63% Of Active Smart Speakers In The States

According to a new survey released today by Strategy Analytics: Amazon models, rebounding are responsible for 63% of the installed base of consumer speakers from the United States. Then came 17% to 4% to Google and Apple.

An agent for individual models, General Amazon accounts for 23% of consumer speakers active in the United States, following the end of the echo low-Dot (see picture above). This is only 21% of the installed base in the cities.

After the first two models will go on to the Google Mini 7% to 8% share to Google's share fell sharply. Apple Pod House at 4% of consumer speakers installed in the United States.

When a device expected to be a big winner Apple, its share is higher than 2% of Google max. The percentage House Pod is based on US-base models of other matches of the Amazon that lies between the reflected Springer Show Amazon, Amazon and Kids Dot Press.

According to the survey,

54% of respondents to a bed with speakers designed for consumer Amazon, Google and Apple. This leaves the spreading far on the market in the other brands, like Rose, all things, and sounds. 88% of consumer speaker owners have at least one Amazon speaker sides, while 31% have at least one Google model. This indicates that the majority of those who speak to stick to a platform that consumers do not necessarily buy the one thing more than anything else.

58% of consumers surveyed consumer speakers have at least two. 62% of users have a unit for the family room, 41%, and 39% have installed a smart speaker in the bedroom into the kitchen. 12% installed a smart speaker in the bathroom.

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