As part of a monthly report, Google has dutifully posted the percentage share of Android devices running on various builds. The Android community will be very happy to learn that Jelly Bean now resides in over 50% of all Android powered Smartphones, tablets, etc. reducing fragmentation by another couple of (significant few) percent. Gingerbread still holds a significant number, 26.3%, which should drop very soon once people with two year old (or more) Android phones purchase a new one. At present, the most popular Android version is 4.1 Jelly Bean, with 4.2 catching up. For 90% of the users, that should be more than enough (there's the refined holo UI as well as Project Butter on 4.1).
|Topics||Android, Google, Jelly Bean, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, OS Distribution|