Another month, another Android platform distribution update by Google. The big news is that in March this year Android 4.4 KitKat has crossed the 5% mark, while everything pre-4.1 declined.
Some vestigial Froyo devices still hang around at 1%, Gingerbread now holds under 20%, while Ice Cream Sandwich and 4.1 Jelly Bean declined.
Android 4.2 Jelly Bean rose a bit and is now well ahead of ICS. That's interesting because version 4.3 stayed in place since January, suggesting that makers are leapfrogging 4.3 and going straight to 4.4 (LG for one is doing this).
With KitKat on the rise and Jelly Bean mostly staying in place, OpenGL ES 2.0 support actually declined a bit, while OpenGL ES 3.0 inched forward. This is important for game devs who might be considering using the more advanced graphics features - they can now reach 10.5% of all Androids.
The only problem with WindowsPhone is the low number of apps.
Pls update me on galaxy note 2 4.4 kitakat version. eager to use!!!! firstname.lastname@example.org
Just imagine S5 with windows phone 8.1 on it. What kinda super performance it can give!! please don't post hate comments for windows phone if you haven't used it for at least 15 days. Windows Phone 8 is actually much much better than androi...