Another month, another batch of numbers showing us the percentage of devices running the various builds of Android. And the numbers haven't change greatly
since our last look a month ago


.

The big winners (and "big" is relative here) -- Android 2.3.3 (not even the latest version of
Gingerbread


-- that'd be Android 2.3.4 on the Nexus S and Nexus One) jumped from 3 percent to 8.1 percent. Otherwise, things are as you'd expect. The older versions continue to dwindle -- Eclair's down to 21.2 percent, and Froyo's dropped a little more than a percentage point to 64.6 percent.

As for
Honeycomb


? Pretty much no change at 0.3 percent for Android 3.0 and Android 3.1. Now, you might be tempted to extrapolate that to the 400,000-some-odd devices being activated a day, and that'd give you about 2,400 Honeycomb devices being activated every day. But that's bad math. Remember that this chart is aggregate -- from the dawn of time until now. So you're comparing Honeycomb devices against the millions of other devices out there. Food for thought.

Source:
Google Developer Blog































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