The latest Android platform statistics are in from Google looking at all the devices that visited the Google Play store in the last few weeks. The statistics show which version of Android is the most common across all devices that access the Google Play store. The statistics show again that Android Jelly Bean is continuing to grow significantly.

When Android 4.1.x and 4.2.x are combined, Jelly Bean has 28.4% of the entire Android market. The single most popular flavor of Android continues to be Gingerbread. Android 2.3.3-2.3.7 has 38.4% of the overall Android market making it the single most popular version out there. Gingerbread 2.3-2.3.2 also has a miniscule 0.1% of the market.

The numbers mean that when combined, the share for the latest to versions of Jelly Bean make it the second most popular version of Android on the market. Android ICS has a very close 27.5% of the market. Moving down the list Android Froyo has 3.7% of the market, Eclair has 1.7% of the market, Honeycomb has 0.1%, and Donut has 0.1%.

The latest report also looks at screen sizes and densities to determine the most popular on the market. Currently the single most popular sites falls in the normal range with a resolution of hdpi making up 37.3% of all devices out there. The normal size range has a total of 79.7% of the market. The most popular screen density in the extra-large category is mdpi, the most popular in the large screen category is also mdpi.

[via Android]