Most mobile developers are supporting iPhone, BlackBerry, Windows, Android and Symbian
Ovum survey points to an all-in philosophy
It's spoken to 217 mobile developers concerning their support for the various operating systems in 2010.
It's no surprise that iPhone comes top with 81 percent of the survey saying they already develop for the platform, or plan to do so.
Next comes BlackBerry at 74 percent and Windows Mobile/Phone at 66 percent.
Rise of the robot
The fast-growing Android is at 64 percent, which is fairly impressive considering it's only been around for 18 months or so.
Despite powering the majority of smartphones globally, support for Symbian is at 56 percent.
According to Ovum, while smartphone development can now be considered mainstream, the real bread and butter of the developer's trade still lies in the mid market and cross-platform development.
In this context, 80 percent of developers supported Java, mobile browsers and full web browsers. Qualcomm Brew and Adobe Flash were also popular.