Jelly Bean Version Of Android Now Accounts For 59.1% Of All Android Devices

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For the first time in 2014, Google has released data showing shares of its’ Android versions. While many are undoubtedly stuck at Gingerbread forever, many more are seeing the fruits of Jelly Bean. And while Android updates aren’t as fluid as iOS updates, evidence of tighter integration is becoming more apparent.  So what do the numbers look like?

According to “data collected during a 7-day period ending on January 8, 2014”, Android’s top version for the platform is Jelly Bean, raking in 59.1% of the total share, which is up from the previous mark of 54.5%. Additionally, Google’s latest update, KitKat saw a slight increase to 1.4% from 1.1%.

While Gingerbread is declining, it still represents 21.2% of the total share, while Ice Cream Sandwich represents 16.9% – a decline from 18.6% in the previous report.

Are these numbers what you expected? What version of Android are you on? Hit up the comments and let us know. At least the majority of users are on Android 4 or higher. For more information, check out the source link below.


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