Google chairman Eric Schmidt took the opportunity during the unveiling of Motorola's latest RAZR handsets to share info on how the Android platform is doing out on today's mobile phone market. There are about 480 million Android devices out in the world today in total, with the amount of activations reaching up to 1.3 million units per day. 57.5% of those are still running Gingerbread, while ICS now accounts for 20.9% of all Android devices. Jelly Bean has been slow to rise, currently sitting at just 1.2% of all active devices.
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- Google-owned Motorola recently unveiled a total of three new Android smartphones, all of which will ship with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich but will be updated to Jelly Bean later this year.
It’s good to see these numbers change for the better, but it doesn’t help matters when you have wireless providers still releasing phones with a more than two year old version of Android- Charles West, Intomobile
- iPhone Download Blog
Android marches: 480M devices, 1.3M daily activations, 70,000 tablets per day
Daily activations surged from a million Android devices back in June to today’s number of 1.3 million daily activations.
Google now seeing 1.3 million Android activations every day
Some 480 million Android devices are currently active across the globe.
- 1.3 million Android Devices Activated Every Day, Nearing Half a Billion Total
- Mobile Syrup
Google: Jelly Bean is now powering 1.2% of Android devices, ICS sitting at 20.9%
The leader by a longshot is still Gingerbread (OS 2.3) with 57.5%, but the good news is that it dropped over the past few weeks by 3.1%.
- Android Police
Latest Android Distribution Stats Now Available – Jelly Bean Reaches 1.2%, Gingerbread Still Dominates At 57.5%
Ice Cream Sandwich, meanwhile, has climbed from 15.8% to nearly 21%, which definitely sounds promising.
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Now On 1.2% of Devices, Ice Cream Sandwich On 20.9%
Jelly Bean hasn’t been advancing quite as quickly, up now to 1.2%, a small increase over last month where it debuted at .8%.
- The Next Web
- Android Jelly Bean adoption hits 1.2%, up 50% during August, Ice Cream Sandwich at 21%
- Phone Arena
- Jelly Bean jumps to 1.2% and ICS hits 21%
Jelly Bean and ICS Running on 22% of Devices
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- GSM Arena
- Jelly Bean user base now stands at 1.2 percent
- Phones Review
- Jelly Bean distribution only 1.2 percent, full Android stats
- Android Tapp
- Latest versions of Android currently only accounts for 22 percent installed, most still on older Gingerbread
- Android Guys
- New platform figures indicate Android 4.0 powers more than 100 million devices
- Eric Schmidt: 1.3 Million Android Devices Activated Daily
- Ice Cream Sandwich increases its share of Android devices to 20.9 percent, Jelly Bean at 1.2 percent
- Mobile Burn
- Android 4.0 or later now on more than 100 million phones and tablets
Ice Cream Sandwich now on 20.8 percent of Android devices, Jelly Bean up to 1.2 percent
We expect both Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean to continue to rise as new devices and updates are released.
- Google Releases September Distribution Chart For Android Version Breakdown
- Jelly bean now on 1.2% of all Android devices
- Dialed In
Gingerbread still dominant with 57.5 percent Android ownership
Ice Cream Sandwich is now running on 20.9 percent of all Android-based devices, according to new data from Google.
- Google Releases Android Platform Breakdown – Ice Cream Sandwich On 20.9%, Jelly Bean On 1.2% Of Devices
- Droid Life
- Android Distribution Numbers Updated for September, Like Watching a Race Between Turtles
- Mobile Crunch
- At 57.5%, Gingerbread Still The Top Android OS; Jelly Bean Climbs To 1.2%
Android 4.0 ICS Now On 20.9% Devices; Jelly Bean At 1.2%
Unsurprisingly, Android 2.3 Gingerbread still dominates with a whopping 57.9% share.
- Into Mobile
ICS and Jelly Bean stats on Android phones go up
Unfortunately, Android 2.3 Gingerbread is still on 57.2 percent of devices out there, which by far is the largest shared version of the Android platform.