Galaxy Nexus

Google updated its Android stats —as they do every two weeks— revealing how much of each version of Android is installed across devices. Yesterday’s update revealed that Android’s most recent offering, Ice Cream Sandwich, is now installed on 1 percent of devices, which is pretty meh if you ask me. Ice Cream Sandwich saw its first debut on the Galaxy Nexus, and over time, it has seen both official and unofficial installs across many other devices.

Not much else has changed from the last stats refresh. Android 2.3 Gingerbread still holds the most installs with almost 60 percent across every device, while Android 2.2 Froyo follows close behind. Let’s hope Google can deploy Android 4.0 to devices very quick, because we would not want any of you to miss out! You can see the graph below for the full breakdown.

(via Cult of Android)

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4 Responses to “Android Ice Cream Sandwich now installed on 1 percent of all devices”

  1. 1984Apple says:

    Over 86% of Android phones still on version 2. This is so sad Google. Carries should be ashamed of not offering factory Android instead of their useless skinned versions. Ridiculous!

  2. Guest says:

    So ICS has finally caught up to the Donut (Android 1.6) install base…

  3. Joey says:

    Android means the flexibility to choose anything except when you can update your phone. First world problems, begone!