The Jellies already outsell ginger cookies. The Jelly Bean Android versions (4.1, 4.2 and 4.3) reached 40.5% of all Android devices last July. Only 4.1 Jelly Bean has a greater share than the versions Gingerbread (2.3), according to the panel page of Google Android Developers.
The latest figures from Google show that Jelly Bean is increasing, while Gingerbread continues its steady, slow decline. Jelly Bean is already installed in 40.5% of active Android devices, compared to 37.9% in June. Gingerbread, meanwhile, has a share of 33.1% , only slightly below the 34.1 June%.
Analyzing the data by versions, the Jelly Bean 4.1 represents 34% of Android smartphones and tablets.The 4.2 is less implanted with 6.5%. Then Gingerbread versions 2.3.3 and later kept in a second, with 33%. The Ice Cream Sandwich version (4.0) is third, with 22.5% of the devices.
These data clearly appears not Android 4.3. The latest version of Jelly Bean was filed only a week and must take into account that even incorporates the latest Google Android in all their new devices. To take an example close, the Moto X presented yesterday has the Android 4.2.2, not 4.3.
The resources , who has published the data, warns that these percentages are not representative of all devices Android , but of those who have been recently connected to the Google Play Store. This puts the focus on developed markets than in emerging markets such as China, where earlier versions of Android are still popular.