On the first of every month, Google updates their numbers of the different Android versions and how they are distributed across all Android devices. This month is no different, and we now have the numbers. First up is Ice Cream Sandwich, which is the most notable of all numbers. It made the most significant jump yet from 10.9% to 15.9% of all Android devices, something that should brighten up a few people. Then again, Gingerbread still remains dominant with 60.6%, a decrease from last month’s 64%. Jelly Bean hit the map with a small, yet predictable, 0.8%.
All the Android 3.0 variants totalled at 2.3%, with Android holding a steady 15.%. Finally, Android 2.1 is at 4.2%, while 1.5 and 1.6 have 0.2% and 0.5%, respectively. It’s always fun to see how Android is doing, but it’s tough to swallow that even with the release of Jelly Bean, Android 2.3 was still dominant of the bunch.