obtained an early build of Android 2.0 Eclair, and set to detailing all of the major changes over the currently public OS 1.6 build.
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first make an appearance in the Android usage numbers released by Google. Android 4.3 entered with 1.5 percent of the pie and that has grown to 2.3 percent for the month of November. And while 4.3 grew individually, Jelly Bean usage also grew as a whole. In fact, Jelly Bean has risen over the 50 percent milestone.
Android distribution report, Jelly Bean has moved up to 48.6 percent. This was up from the September report, which had Jelly Bean sitting with a combined total of 45.1 percent.
Google+ page has shared details on Android 4.4. And in what seems like somewhat of a surprising name, Android 4.4 has been revealed as Kit Kat. The expected statue has appeared on the lawn at Google and Pichai has said they "can’t wait to release the next version of the platform that is as sweet as the candy bar that’s one of our team’s favorites."
HTC Nexus One is still one of my favorite devices. Sure, multi-touch was a mess and Eclair was a work in progress, but I loved it. Fast forward a few years and Android has evolved, Samsung is a powerhouse, and HTC is struggling to keep their head above water. The Nexus 4 has arrived from LG, we all know what the GALAXY S 4 is about, and now everyone is focused on Motorola. That being said, I want an HTC Nexus 5.
Google. if you remember back to last month we were excited because Jelly Bean reached a double digit percentage and Cupcake officially dropped off. This month, we have to say that the numbers came with not quite as much in terms of surprise. Basically, Jelly Bean usage increased a bit and Gingerbread usage decreased a little bit.
Jelly Bean with more than a 10 percent share. Granted, it is just barely above the 10 percent mark, but at least we are seeing forward progress in terms of the latest Android release. According to the usage numbers coming from Google, Jelly Bean now accounts for 10.2 percent.