Google's mobile OS was the dominant platform on Millennial Media's mobile network last quarter, though Apple was the top device maker.
Ad requests and impressions for mobile ad network Millennial Media show surge for Android devices and the iPad. Apple overall maintains a lead, but slips a bit lately.
Google's Android grabbed 53 percent of all ad impressions on Millennial Media's mobile ad network last month, a rise of 10 percent from the prior month.
Though Android still holds a leading 48 percent of all ads viewed on Millennial Media's mobile network, Apple's iOS captured a 31 percent share last month.
Google's Android accounted for 54 percent of all ad impressions on Millennial Media's ad network in June, compared with 26 percent for Apple's iOS.
With 53 percent of ad impressions, Android continues as the leading smartphone OS on Millennial Media's mobile ad network, but Apple stays firmly in the lead as the top device maker.
The growth of Amazon's new tablet over the past month has slightly outshone that of the first iPad in 2010, according to the number of ad impressions seen on Millennial Media's mobile network.
Google's mobile OS captured 56 percent of all ad impressions on Millennial Media's mobile network last month, compared with the 28 percent share held by Apple's iOS.
The Google OS has a commanding lead over Apple's iOS as the top smartphone platform on Millennial Media's ad network during the third quarter.
Ad impressions for Android devices jumped 48 percent last month from July, while those for Apple's iOS remained flat, according to Millennial Media's latest Mobile Mix report.