The iPhone dominated the market for mobile web surfing last month, and there were relatively healthy showings from Google's Android and Microsoft's Windows Mobile.
Net Applications found Apple's handheld status symbol accounted for 66.61 per cent of mobile traffic browsing the web during February.
The phone's nearest competitor was Microsoft's Windows Mobile, with 6.91 per cent of traffic.
Making a strong play was Google's Android, which tied with Symbian for third place with 6.15 per cent of traffic. While that's a long way behind the iPhone, it's not bad considering Android is just over a year old and Symbian has been in the market for longer.
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