Google's Chrome OS is spreading throughout U.S. classrooms and is becoming an increasingly popular choice for computers, while Apple's iOS platform holds the lead on mobile devices, according to a new survey from game-based learning provider Kahoot!.

Chrome OS accounted for 58 percent of the computer market in U.S. K-12 education in the first quarter of 2017, and iOS claimed 73 percent of the mobile market--up from 70 percent in 2016. iOS also dominates tablets, claiming 96 percent of the market.

The Kahoot! EdTrends Report found that Google Classroom/G Suite is the most popular productivity suite in U.S. classrooms, and...

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