Jelly Bean has continued its rise while Android 2.3 Gingerbread continues to fade. At present over 45% of Android devices used today run Android 4.1 or Android 4.2, while only 30.7% use Android 2.3.3+. But there is an anomaly, Android 4.3 doesn’t show up in Google’s official stats. Where is it?
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New data from Google shows that Android 4.x, which includes Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly bean, now runs on over 61 percent of Android devices, while Jelly Bean itself (Android 4.1 and Android 4.2) runs on just under 38 percent of devices. Can you believe that Gingerbread is still so popular?
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The stats, which are based on numbers of devices visiting the Google Play Store, show that the share of Android users running Jelly Bean on their devices is growing rapidly.
With 38.5% of Android users still running Gingerbread is it time to re-consider the fragmented Android ecosystem, or is the OS stronger than ever due to a wide range of supported devices?
New data released by Google reveals that Jelly Bean adoption has been growing at the expense of previous OS version which are slowly losing market share.
AT&T’s Galaxy S2 Skyrocket is next in line to receive the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update.
Google has made a small adjustment in measuring version share on the Android platform. This month, Jelly Bean gets a big jump, and this could be attributed to better engagement among ICS and Jelly Bean users compared to older versions.