Anonymous, 05 Sep 2013Soon we will wave goodbye to Android...Android will be replaced by Chrome OS
Just wondering looking at the stats, was ICS ever the dominant os amongst the android flavours
iANDROID08, 05 Sep 2013soon we will wave goodbye to gingerbread :) Soon we will wave goodbye to Android...
The state of Android is laughable really. If Windows Phone was any better we wouldn't even bother with Android. Just another badly executed, good idea...
nice, didnt know theyd cut play store from 2.1/1.6. i was on 2.1 a year ago and happy enough about it.
rcl4444, 05 Sep 2013Poor way to reflect monthly stats from only a 7 day sample...
Google, go back to 14 days an... moreok, activations of new phones with higher Android version distort the picture slightly . but these stats are for developers and their current and more importantly future planning
Users visiting the play store are the only one of inteteres. Not those you use their Android device as a dumb phone.
Anonymous, 05 Sep 201333.1% of Android users are still on an OS more than two and a half years old (Gingerbread and ... more100% of my IOS devices are on old versions and not upgradable
- ipod 1gen 3.1.3
- ipod touch 3gen 5.1.1
- ipad 1gen 5.1.1
just sayin ...
Anonymous, 05 Sep 201333.1% of Android users are still on an OS more than two and a half years old (Gingerbread and ... moreYou clearly can't understand the term "Don't fix what isn't broken". The reason is that there are many low end devices that work better on 2.3.
When Apple releases a phone that costs less than 200 euro brand new (no contract for you smartalicks), and then your argument will be considered valid.
Anonymous, 05 Sep 201333.1% of Android users are still on an OS more than two and a half years old (Gingerbread and ... moreAnd what should Google or any OEM do with them? It's clear that they can NOT update their phones but that doesn't mean that they are missing features. Because Google is updating Android via the apps.
33.1% of Android users are still on an OS more than two and a half years old (Gingerbread and Froyo). That's over one third of the installed base, excluding the millions of users still on Donut and Eclair that Google has ignored in these stats.