According to NetApplications, 44.62% of those online are Android users, while 44.19% are using an iPhone. But considering the nearly 7 to 1 advantage that Android has in market share, you would expect Android to hold the same lead online. Instead, both iOS and Android have captured nearly the same percentage of online use. That would mean that iOS users are showing up online about seven times more than Android users.
We should point out that this is the first time that Android phones out numbered iPhone models spotted online by NetApplications. Still, the fact that it is so far from the 7 to 1 advantage that Android has in handset market share, is a sign that iOS users are much more active online than Android users.
source: NetApplications via Forbes