In total, comScore states Apple has managed to sell 28.9 million iOS devices to-date across the UK, Germany, France, Spain and Italy, handing the firm a 12.4 percent share of the 'mobile' market.
Though that's less than 37.9 million sold in the US to date, iOS is fairing even better against Android in the five major European markets.
Ahead of Android
ComScore's numbers suggest Android's userbase including sales of tablets such as Samsung's Galaxy Tab currently sits at 13.4 million, giving Google a 5.7 percent share.
As with the US report, comScore also believes it's a myth that only iPhone owners buy iPads.
Again, almost 73 percent of iPad users own a phone other than iPhone, with Nokia owners almost outnumbering their iPhone equivalents with a 26.4 percent share to iPhone's 27.2 percent.
You can read comScore's findings in full on the firm's website.