REVEALED: 3% Droids Eat Ice Cream
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Droid Ice Creams are going quick, if figures revealed today are anything to go by.
2.9 % of all Android devices now run on Google’s latest 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, since its launch in December on Samsung Galaxy Nexus –  according to developer stats.

This is more than double the numbers of take ups in the space of just a month – February’s figure stood at 1.12%.

The majority of devices running Android 4.0 are using later version 4.0.3 (2.4%) with the rest (0.5%) using earlier versions.

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The Nexus was the first phone to boast 4.0 which is currently being rolled out across Asus, HTC, Moto and other branded devices.

Rollout of 4.0 is slow; however, HTC launched the One X in Oz yesterday which is the only other smartphone to run ‘Droid’s newest OS.

Android 4.0 represents a hybrid platform that can be used across tabs and phones, promising a far better user experience.

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It also appears Gingerbread 2.3 is Droid’s most popular version by far – accounting for 63.7% of the millions of Google ran devices owned globally.


But Gingerbread 2.3.3 – 2.3.7 are by far the most common – accounting for a whopping 63.2% with just 0.5% owning earlier versions.

And Froyo 2.2 is the second most popular version of Android – accounting for 23.1% of all devices, followed by Android 2.1 Eclair.