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.
aren't dramatically better than March's, they do show a steady progression for Ice Cream Sandwich. Thanks to a handful of updates on devices like the HTC Vivid and Galaxy S II, the latest version of Android is now running on 2.9% of devices, up from 1.6% last month. That's about an 80% growth factor - and impressive figure, but still a little disheartening when you think that the open-source software has been available for almost five months.