[success]Latest distribution figures of Android versions[/success]
According to the recent distribution figures we come to know that things aren’t going good for Jelly Bean and Ice Cream Sandwich over last month.
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- Jelly Bean, which made its debut couple of months ago, has doubled its user base in that time but still stands at a lowly 1.8%, compared to 1.2% last month.
- Ice Cream Sandwich, on the other hand, has slowed down after a strong couple of months, with the user base going from 20.9% to 23.9%.
- Speaking of Gingerbread, Google’s Android market is still dominated by Gingerbread. The perennial Android update is now on 55 – 58 % of Android devices, down slightly from 57.5% last month.
Android has become the norm, it keeps on updating its versions. The only way to move on from Gingerbread is to move on to something running a newer version of Android. With a bulk of Android sales being low-end Android devices whose owners are unlikely to upgrade quickly, again, this number isn’t going to go down anytime soon. Make no mistake folks; Gingerbread is here to stay a while.