Android users want to get pregnant, iPhone users avoid it, fertility app study shows
We know there are differences between iPhone and Android users. Android users are more honest. More women own iPhones.
But the differing trends may extend to family planning, too. According to a survey by the fertility and period tracking app Dot (and its parent company, Cycle Technologies), Android owners use the app to plan pregnancy, while iOS users download the cycle tracker to prevent it.
The app analyzed metrics from 50,000 active users. Twenty-five percent of Dot users on Android operating systems used the app to plan a pregnancy, as opposed to only 19 percent of iOS users. Thirty-five percent of iOS