Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Android 4.0 now on 3% of active android devices


Android 4.0 now on near 3% of all active android devices and 64% are still on gingerbread. Hopefully Motorola and Samsung release android 4.0 updates for their line of smartphone so developers don't have to limit their apps.

26 comments:

  1. Quite interesting!

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  2. Samsung gotta realease the updates

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  3. I'm rocking Miui 5 on an htc evo 4g and ICS is smooth stuff brother.

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  4. I hope they do cause I'm thinking of buying a Samsung..

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  5. Any news about Android taking over gives me creeps. See all these google folks used open source to develop OS now they are trying to sell it , how can you sell a OS developed using open source?

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  6. You would think they would update just a bit faster huh?

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  7. They always seem to be a few steps behind with the updates, then when they finally do, they don't even work right.

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  8. Needs more users with Android 4.0! Interesting stats.

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  9. Ouch, that does not seem to be very good deployment at all

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  10. My daughter has an android and if her phone doesn't have everything that's available, she'll be pissed.

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  11. I think I'm on like Android 2.2? It's pretty terrible. >< Crashes constantly.

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  12. I probably need to make the switch at some point

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  13. 4.0 is out? Damn, I'm not up-to-date.

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  14. Interesting, not to me..but android users.

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  15. That's uncool, I wanna have this on my device too!

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  16. I don't my phone can even handle that. It's an outdated thing. :\

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  17. i got it. i think i got 4.0.1 Vhatever. anyways I like this update. I think the panoramic feature for the camera is way awesome. pics coming soon.

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  18. 4.0 is so slow. My friends with Android phones prefer Android 2.3 - it's pretty fast and configurable.

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  19. I'm still using a 10 year old MOTO RAZR! Hoping to get a new one soon, this sounds promising!

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