Updated 24 May, 2013, 7:53 pm IST
Jelly Bean adoption grows as Gingerbread falls below 50 percent
| by Nishtha Kanal |
The number of devices running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean has crossed the 10 percent mark, according to Google's monthly breakdown of the Android market. The share of devices running Ice Cream Sandwich is inching towards 30 percent.
Jelly Bean grows as Gingerbread diminishes
While Gingerbread is still leading the pack as the most popular Android Platform and Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) is still second, Froyo is no longer the third on the list. Jelly Bean has crept up to take the third spot, continuing to gain adoption at a breakneck speed as more and more devices are being activated every day. Despite the fact that the newer versions of Android seem to be growing fast, Gingerbread is not going to go away any time soon, as it is still shipped on budget Android handsets. Its stability and cost-effectiveness is why it still rules over almost half the Android pie.
Tags: Android Jelly Bean , Android Ice Cream Sandwich , Android , Gingerbread , Froyo , Eclair , Samsung Galaxy S III , Samsung Galaxy S II , Exynos 4 , Nexus 7 , Galaxy Nexus , Android Platform Versions , Google
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