Engadget cites some figures from Flurry Analytics that indicate that the Apple iPhone OS now commands 19 percent of portable game software (by revenue) in the US, at the expense of the PSP and DS consoles.
. Yeah, based on the report from Flurry Analytics, Apple's casual gaming approach is carving out a nice slice of the US revenue pie related to gaming software. The PSP was hit especially hard dropping from a 20% share in 2008 to just 11% of US revenue last year. Numbers that highlight just how ridiculous John Koller's spin maneuver was after the iPad launch.