Android 4.1 'Jelly Bean' Hits 1.2 Percent Market Share

Summary: While Android 2.3 'Gingerbread,' remains the most popular version, Android 4.1 'Jelly Bean' is making rapid, albeit overall modest progress. 

Android updates remain painfully slow, almost glacial, in making their way to user's devices. However, it seems that the latest Android 4.1 release, codenamed 'Jelly Bean,' is seeing quite rapid, albeit overall modest adoption rates.

According to data collected by Google, based on devices accessing the Google Play store within a 14-day period up to September 4, the new Android version is now installed on 1.2 percent of devices accessing Google's app store.
Android operating system 4.1 'Jelly Bean' was formally revealed at Search engines I/O meeting on May 27, and was launched as an over-the-air upgrade for the New Samsung Galaxy Nexus on Sept 11, and was preinstalled on the Nexus 7 product, which has been making its way to passionate customers since mid-July.

While Search engines doesn't crack down the information based on gadgets, it is likely that the New samsung Universe Nexus smart phone and the Nexus 7 product make up the large of these gadgets operating 'Jelly Bean.' 
Comparing this newest information to that gathered in the 14 days up to Aug 1 we find that apart from 'Jelly Bean,' which was at 0.8 %, only Android operating system 4.0 'Ice Lotion Sandwich' has obtained floor, up 5.0 amount factors.

All other variations of Android operating system are in slowly decrease.

The most popular Android operating system edition remains Android operating system 2.3 'Gingerbread' with a 57.2 % business on Search engines app shop. This edition was first launched Dec 2010 and last modified Sept 2011.
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