Google today updated its Platform Versions web page for Android. The update revealed that Android Jelly Bean i.e. Android 4.1 and Android 4.2 are reading growing and has hits 38% adoption while Gingerbread i.e. Android 2.3 currently having 34.1% market share. Over the top, Android Jelly Bean version has finally surpassed Android Gingerbread.
Counting by breaking down the numbers, a total of 37.9% of Android users are having Jelly Bean, 23.3% are on ICS, 34.1% are on Gingerbread, 3.1% still having Froyo-powered devices while 0.1% are on Honeycomb. Comparing the whole with last month numbers, Android is steadily slowing down but still able to bear a stable progress.
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