The latest comScore results are in, this time for a 3-month period ending in September. No surprise that Android and Apple both top the list of smartphone platform market share with 51.8% and 40.6% respectively, while BlackBerry and Windows Phone stay in a close battle rounding out the top four. 

In the US, BlackBerry use still nudges out Windows Phone use, though not by much. BlackBerry rings in at 3.8% (down from 4.4% for the last period) while Windows Phone comes in just behind at 3.3%. Surprisingly there are still a few Symbian users floating around as well who manage to garner the bottom 0.3%. 

BlackBerry probably won't be catching up to Apple and Android for the time being, but it's good to see that loyal BlackBerry users in the US still outnumber their Windows Phone counterparts.