Android Jelly Bean Having 38% Adoption, Gingerbread 34.1%, ICS 23.3%

Posted on Jul 9 2013 - 2:08am by Karan Chopra

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.

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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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