Google released the Android distribution reports for January 2013, and the results are nothing outside of our expectations. Gingerbread is still the most dominant version of Android, powering 45,4% of the devices out there. Though, it felt a little drop, falling from 47,6% to 45,6%, but it’s still far ahead from the other Android iterations.
Android Ice Cream Sandwich is still second, with a slight lose of market share, going from 29,1% to 29%. Jellybean comes third, holding a market share of 13,6%. That’s 3,4% more than December 2012, which is positive.
Android 2.2 Froyo has also witnessed a slight decline, falling from 9% to 8,1% market share, along with the even older Android versions.