The search giant on Thursday updated its Android platform versions web pages, sharing what’s new and what’s old. According to Google, Android 4.x versions i.e. Android 4.1 and Android 4.2 finally makes a count of crossing the 10 percent market share droid’s pie, while Android 4.0 i.e. Ice Cream Sandwich counts near 30 percent mark.
Android 2.3 Gingerbread found on less than half of devices while Android 2.2 Froyo has fallen under the 10 percent mark. Jelly Bean are use by total of 10.2 percent of Android users, while ICS used by 20.1 percent, Honeycomb by 1.5 percent, and luckily or better saying not luckily still using Gingerbread (47.6 percent) and Froyo (9.0 percent).