It’s always interesting to see how Android is progressing. In the past, the operating system was plagued with devices not getting updates in a timely manner, or at all. Even with Ice Cream Sandwich and early versions of Jelly Bean out, old versions like Gingerbread have still dominated the charts.
Times are very different now, with manufacturers being a lot better about updating older devices. The latest stats show that KitKat now has a 33.9 percent share of the Android market. Being the latest OS and having more devices run it than any other version is great to see, though it’s been like that for a while now. Jelly Bean’s versions total 48 percent, but individually they are much smaller. And thankfully, Gingerbread is at a low of 9.1 percent.
Things can only get better in the future. Lollipop is a huge step forward for Android, and it’ll soon be released to many devices out there.