Google changes the approach to calculating the popularity of Android versions or updated statistics on the relevance of versions

    Yes, yes, you again see the prevalence statistics of Android versions. But! There is one difference, if before that Google counted phones only at the time of registration (accordingly, if you upgraded to a different version of the axis, then you were counted twice, thrice, etc.), now, starting in April, only calls to Google are considered Play

    Android versions above 4 now account for 54%. And version 2.3 is almost 40%.

    For example, in March, when the old counting system was in operation, the picture looked like this:

    Not to say that the picture changed dramatically, but the share of Froyo dropped significantly, and the share of Jelly Bean grew noticeably.

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