Those numbers are estimates because none of the companies release any data. Even if they are accurate, and Android is holding 40% of the tablet market. Those numbers are split up amongst dozens of tablets. Do you spend the time and energy coding and testing for each of those tablets, each of which has a tiny sliver of the total market, or do you take the easy route, and code for the iPad, which takes less time, costs less money and hits more users. If TiVo is making a mistake by ignoring market trends then they aren't alone, because almost everybody targets iOS first. iOS is the lead mobile platform. It's where developers go first. And they do it for a reason. Maybe every single developer and company who is making iOS apps first is completely wrong, and simply isn't privy to the inside information you have, but somehow I don't think that is the case. They go where the active users and money is... and that's iOS. That's what's happening. Thinking it shouldn't work that way won't change it.