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Device Distribution on Different Android Platforms Released

Device Distribution on Different Android Platforms Released

Jay Decenella February 7, 2013 0

Android Developers have bared a distribution table and stacked line graph showing the percentage of active Android devices running a certain platform of the operating system, in a move to help app developers decide ...

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The Numbers Are In: Jelly Bean Finally Hits 10%

The Numbers Are In: Jelly Bean Finally Hits 10%

Tony Hannides January 4, 2013 0

Yesterday was a milestone for Android 4.1-4.2 as Jelly Bean hit above 10% in Android's latest distribution pie chart. ...

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The Numbers are in: Jelly Bean is on the Rise

The Numbers are in: Jelly Bean is on the Rise

Tony Hannides December 4, 2012 0

The latest numbers are in: Gingerbread isn't going anywhere for a long time. ...

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The Latest Android Distribution Chart is Here – ICS is on the Rise

The Latest Android Distribution Chart is Here – ICS is on the Rise

Tony Hannides August 1, 2012 0

Every month, the Android Development website releases a chart that shows the distribution of the different Android versions in the world ...

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Ice Cream Sandwich Increases Its Market Share to 4.9%

Ice Cream Sandwich Increases Its Market Share to 4.9%

Tony Hannides May 1, 2012 0

Based off this graph from the Android Developers Blog, Ice Cream Sandwich's market share is increasing little by little. ...

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Android Fragmentation Chart…I Get it!

Android Fragmentation Chart…I Get it!

Tony Hannides April 3, 2012 2

A few days ago, I wrote a post about Android fragmentation and my personal thoughts on the issue. No less than a week later, a chart has been published that shows raw numbers of ...

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Android Has Fragmentation. So What?

Android Has Fragmentation. So What?

Tony Hannides April 1, 2012 11

Since the popularity of Android started back in 2009, the running joke has been about the fragmentation issues. If you don’t understand that term, fragmentation is when there are multiple versions (ie screen sizes, ...

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