Android In Aug 2012: Jelly Bean User Base Now 1.2 Percent

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Continuing their monthly tradition, Google has released the Android distribution figures, which lets us hold a see at how the various versions of Android are doing.

Looking at the chart above we can see that Jelly Bean percentage has risen from 0.8% last month to 1.2%, disappointing but not surprising considering how few devices are running this correct now. Ice Cream Sandwich has grown from 15.9% to 20.9%, which is pretty good.

Unfortunately, still a staggering 57.5% of Android users are on Gingerbread, down from 60.6% last month, and 18.3% users are on an even older version of Android.

Other stats show that a massive number of Android users still prefer devices that descend in the Normal display size, that is around the 4-inch mark, with hdpi resolution, that is between 200-300 ppi.

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