Early this year, analysts noted that Google users had 4.4% of Android version 2.x and higher.
Note: Data are based on how many Android phones that have acceded to the Android Market over a period of 15 days ending on the date of collection of data attached (until 04/01/11).
It goes from 83 to 87.4% of users consulting the Android Market from an Android device in the Flash version (2.1) or higher.
Versions of Android 1.5, 1.6 and 2.1 are steadily declining, and that’s a good thing. Android Froyo (2.2) continues to climb, picking up 8.4 points in the distribution of releases.
Let us remember that the month of December was an important event in the distribution of releases. First in the francophone community, many terminals have made the jump to Froyo (2.2), and then in the rest of the world.
Sales of Google and Nexus S hackers have installed the latest version of Android Gingerbread (2.3) also contribute to its integration into the curve that rises finely percentage of 0.4%.