“We pulled sweet, sweet data from both our Android and iPhone apps looking at user ordering habits from the last few months. What we saw was interesting,” Eat24 reports. “Over three months we analyzed our filters.”
“A whooping 27% of iPhone users clicked ‘Healthy’ before anything else, compared to 17% of Android users,” Eat24 reports. “Even more interestingly, iPhone users clicked and ordered more vegetable based dishes than their robotic-counterparts. In fact they were 7% more likely to order some greens.”
“Android users are 10% more likely to order something spicy,” Eat24 reports. “Now what about pickup orders? People order pickup almost twice as often on iPhone vs. Android… While this might all be circumstantial, there is actually quite a bit of real research showing iPhone users are generally more active and healthier than Android users.”
Read more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Now, to be fair, this is only because on average iPhone users are taller, smarter, richer, younger, and more charitable than those who settle for insecure iPhone knockoffs, so it only follows that iPhone users are healthier, too.
Study: iPhone users are smarter and richer than those who settle for Android phones – January 22, 2015
Why Android users can’t have the nicest things – January 5, 2015
iPhone users earn significantly more than those who settle for Android phones – October 8, 2014
Yet more proof that Android is for poor people – June 27, 2014
More proof that Android is for poor people – May 13, 2014
Android users poorer, shorter, unhealthier, less educated, far less charitable than Apple iPhone users – November 13, 2013
IDC data shows two thirds of Android’s 81% smartphone share are cheap junk phones – November 13, 2013
CIRP: Apple iPhone users are younger, richer, and better educated than those who settle for Samsung knockoff phones – August 19, 2013
iPhone users smarter, richer than Android phone users – August 16, 2011
Study: Apple iPhone users richer, younger, more productive than other so-called ‘smartphone’ users – June 12, 2009
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Albert P.” for the heads up.]