The fact that Android phones outsell iPhones does not equate to Android being the dominate mobile music device. You can not discount the hundreds of million of iPods sold.
Also I would be willing to bet that the percentage of iPhones sold that are actually used for music is higher than for Android, as there are a lot of low end Android phones sold to people who just use them as phones.
I'm willing to bet that its around the same. It does not matter if they bought it for phones or apps. Since people even use Nokia dumb phones for music.
Non-music listener + iPhone = no music
Music listener + iPhone = music
Same with Android devices or a Nokia 1001
And with this topic, I use FLAC, I have a Mac and I use iTunes, I just keep a folder with FLAC. Its just stupid and selfish of Apple to not support FLAC.
I'm surprised they haven't made a new format to replace MP3 yet and stop supporting MP3.