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Android 4.0 adoption picking up steam

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 02 Apr 2012 22:42 User comments (2)

Android 4.0 adoption picking up steam Despite not being on too many devices as of yet, Android 4.x Ice Cream Sandwich is being adopted more quickly.
For the two-week period ended April 2nd, ICS jumped to 2.9 percent share, compared to 1.6 percent share beforehand.

ICS was only at 1 percent as of February, thanks to being available only on the Galaxy Nexus and the Asus Transformer Prime, but a consistent rollout is making the distribution of the OS pick up quickly.

The number is of course, still tiny, but the jump is promising for Google's biggest update of the operating system.

Android 2.3 Gingerbread remains the leader, at 63.7 percent, followed by Froyo (2.2) at 23.1 percent.




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2 user comments

13.4.2012 0:52

Ice Cream Sandwich is available to my HD2 but Gingerbread has been great. Keepin' it for now...


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23.4.2012 13:47

I wish Amazon would update the Kindle Fire to Ice Cream Sandwich. I hear the touchscreen stuff is more accurate.


Just my $0.02,

dEwMe

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