Recently, Google updated its distribution chart for android versions. The good news is that android gingerbread version has continued to fall tremendously as it has gone below the 20.0% mark , while android kit kat version is now on 2.5% which is an increase of 0.7% from last month’s stats.
Android jellybean version has a total combined percentage of 62% , with 4.1 jellybean having 35.3% , 4.2 having 17.1% and 4.3jellybean having 9.6% . What this actually means is that android jellybean version runs on 62% of android devices worldwide , 60% more than the froyo version(2.2) which is on 1.2%.
Gingerbread version was released 3years ago and its current 19.0% share of the android market shows just how strong the gingerbread version is , although it has continued to fade off over the last few months.
Android Kit Kat was released late last year and that could be the reason why it has a low share in the android market. However , this percentage is expected to increase in the next few months as some phone manufacturers have released the kit kat version for their respective devices.