Latest Android Fragmentation Report Released
The Android Developer site today has released an updated fragmentation report, which they are calling a “platform report”. As you can see pictured to the left, the pie chart for this current report has 2.1 being the dominant Android flavor that people are running. 1.5 and 1.6 make up the majority of the other versions that are accessing the Market in the last 14 days.
While these stats are certainly encouraging, the older versions of Android are still dominating the Android eco-spher. Let’s hope this changes with all the new handsets dropping this summer.
So folks, what do you think? Do you still have 1.5 or 1.6? Do you have 2.1 or maybe even 2.2? Let us know in the comments!
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