Back in November, we first reported that Android Jelly Bean (4.1 to 4.3) made up just a tiny bit over 50% of the Android market. Fast-forwarding to the latest numbers, 62% of active Android users are now rocking Android Jelly Bean.
Not surprisingly, Gingerbread comes in second place with 19% market share, and ICS holds 15.2%. On the bright side, KitKat is starting to see some growth with 2.5%, and will likely continue to do so as more Android flagship devices rollout their Android 4.4 updates in the near future.
After KitKat comes Froyo, which is still clinging on to life with 1.2%. Honeycomb is also still hanging by a thread at a measly .1%.
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