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Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean gain traction but Android 2.3 still heads the pack.
Android 4.1+ Jelly Bean has moved ahead of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich in terms of popularity among versions of the platform. That said, both still trail the Gingerbread build
Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) remains the most popular version of the platform but 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and 4.1 (Jelly Bean) are closing the gap. New figures in the Android Developers
In this month’s update concerning the distribution of OS versions across devices, we’re seeing things move forward… at least a little bit. Here’s a rundown of the numbers: Version Codename
The Chinese handset combines a bit of old school clamshell with some dual-screen Android.
When Sprint launched the Optimus S, we were somewhat disappointed to learn that it was packing Froyo. It seems someone reminded Sprint that the phone needs an update, as they’re
Sharp announced a new Android-based tablet this week however it’s not anything you’ll likely be jumping up and down over. Joining the 7-inch RW-T10 comes the bigger, 10-inch RW-T110 with
Looking to go the dirt-cheap route for an Android smartphone? This should suffice.
ZTE is a very famous Chinese brand and their devices are well known in USA. We saw the cheap Android tablet launched by Sprint known as ZTE Optik, only for
While most of us are out there talking ICS (Android 4.0), we forget about some of the users who still haven’t seen some older updates. To drive the point
Android 4.0 has started to make a dent in the platform versions chart, but Gingerbread leads all.
Take a few minutes to brush up on Android 2.3 with this video.
U.S. Cellular just dropped us a line to advise that the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update is now ready for the Galaxy Tab. So, if you’re one of their subscribers, and
The latest platform figures are out, and as expected, Gingerbread leads the pack. Gingerbread is now on more than 50 percent of Android devices while Android 4.0 is as absent
It is the start of a new month, which means the latest platform figures have been listed on the Android Developers blog. As we’ve seen over the last few weeks