Android adoption in February 2013: Gingerbread Still Dominant

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Although since the beginning of 2013 and the adoption of Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) and the Jelly Bean has increased, but most of the Android devices are based on Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

Recent data in February of the Android Developer (06/03/2013) Gingerbread userbase has dropped from 45.6 percent to 44.2 percent. Although Android Gingerbread device users still dominates, but it turns out the number was reduced by 1 percent compared to last month, and is still making it an Android version of the most popular globally. Given, it's almost three years (2010) Gingerbread exist and many vendors who have menyempilkan latest OS or update it (ICS and Jelly Bean) on the device made ​​by those who glide past few months.

Tune with Gingerbread, Ice Cream Sandwich is also counted but only decreased 0.4 percent decrease. ICS still holds the market share is almost two times larger than the combined two versions Jelly Bean (v4.1 and v4.2). Jelly Bean userbase yourself up about 3 percent from the previous month.

From the data it is well known, there are still many users who use old versions like Eclair Android 2.1 with 1.9 percent and 7.6 percent mastered the Froyo 2.2 Android devices.
 
 
sources: www.developer.android.com

 
 

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