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There's a fairly high margin of error just due to the fact that the definition of "native app" is subjective.
Take the whole thing with a grain of salt (which isn't meant as a criticism: all such research needs to be evaluated relative to it's source and the data you're looking to extract from it.)
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On 3 Jul 2013, at 12:08, Dyana Rose <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hi
> Just in regard to Android and email.
> 
> It may be Manufacturer specific, but my HTC phones have had two email apps
> pre-installed, both Gmail and a "native" app.
> 
> I only use the "native" email app, myself so I'm quite aware of its
> existence.
> 
> Dyana
> 
> On Wed, Jul 3, 2013 at 4:11 PM, Markus Nitsche <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> 
>> Hi Ryan,
>> 
>> thanks for sharing your results, I really appreciate this. I'm replying to
>> all because I think this might be important to some of the other readers.
>> 
>> There's one point in your infographic that is unclear to me, namely the
>> "most commonly used email apps". There, you distinguish between "Native
>> Mail App" and "Gmail App". However, if I use an Android device, I need a
>> Google account (at least if I want to use the app store), and the only
>> Email app installed by default is Gmail. Thus "Gmail App" and "Native Mail
>> App" are actually the same on Android devices (at least this is what seems
>> logical to me). How did you draw this distinction and in which way is this
>> reflected in the numbers in your infographic?
>> 
>> Thanks for the info,
>> Markus
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