Latest numbers for Android show KitKat and Jelly Bean growth

December numbers for Android are in, show that KitKat and Jelly Bean are growing, Gingerbread is sliding.

| Jan 12, 2014 at 6:28 pm CST

Now that December is over, the latest numbers are available for Google's mobile OS, Android. We've seen Android 4.4 KitKat increase its grip on the market, jumping just 0.3% for the month.

Latest numbers for Android show KitKat and Jelly Bean growth | TweakTown.com

Jelly Bean increased by a decent margin, increasing from November's numbers of 54.5%, to December's 59.1%. Gingerbread continues to slide, losing around 3% since the last time we saw these numbers. As for Ice Cream Sandwich, we're seeing 16.9% still, but this will continue to erode as people upgrade, and new devices are pushed onto the market.

Over 75% of Android devices are now running Android 4.x, which is great for developers with apps that require Android 4.x and above.

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NEWS SOURCE:androidcentral.com

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