Google’s Android Jelly Bean software has finally edged out 2011’s Gingerbread version to become the most used edition of the search giant’s mobile operating system.
Latest developer stats show that Jelly Bean 4.1 can be found on 34% of all Android devices, just 1% more than Gingerbread. However, Jelly Bean 4.2 is now on 6.5% of devices, giving the newest software a greater edge.
Ice Cream Sandwich is still being used by a huge 22.5% of Android owners, suggesting the issue of fragmentation remains key despite Google’s best efforts.
Google has begun the rollout of Android 4.3 to Nexus devices in the past few weeks. A large scale update, Android Key Lime Pie, is expected to be revealed later this year.
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