The Jelly Bean, the latest version of Android is used by 13.6% of users despite the fact that it has been 7 months on the market. These data show the usage statistics of the various versions of Android.
This low percentage shows the best way that Google faces problems in trying to persuade manufacturers to provide operational updates for their devices.
Earlier versions like Froyo, clair, and Donut have quite a respectable percentage of the users of
Android, more than 10%; this may have worry of the Google Gmail Inbox. Competing companies like Apple and Microsoft, are widely accepted in recent versions of the mobile OS in a few days and weeks.
Much of users still using the Android Gingerbread (Android 2.3.x) which debuted in December 2010 and has since been used on
Charts published after the collection of these data show. Can the numbers seem satisfactory; however, it is not, especially when you consider that this issue is to report that the diagrams also illustrate the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, which is the previous version of the popular operating system launched in November 2011, moving close to 30%.