Infographic: Android version history 2013

Google provides data about the relative number of devices running a given version of the Android platform month by month, and with the last piece of the puzzle arriving yesterday, we’re able to look at the big picture. Last year we saw the rise of the modern Android: while Froyo, Gingerbread and basically everything pre-4.0 started to decay (some died out almost completely), Jelly Bean was moving up fast, with an almost 50% growth year-over-year. This infographic visualizes the monthly changes in Android version distribution.

 

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Android version history
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Source: Android version history. Brought to you by Inch

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