Among all the Android versions, Froyo still dominates, according to an updated official Android operating system breakdown which said that Froyo runs 59.4 per cent of all the Android devices.
Among other pointers, Gingerbread is growing as it now runs 18.6 per cent of all devices whereas in March only one per cent of Android devices were being run by it.
Froyo made big strides forward last year while Gingerbread is likely to do the same this year as new devices are being pushed with Gingerbread and many current devices are also being updated to Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
The failure of Honeycomb to grab a larger share of the pie chart is slightly out of place. At the time when Motorola Xoom was launched, the Honeycomb’s market share of 0.2 percent was understandable, but now that there are numerous devices running on Honeycomb out in the market, its share of slightly less than 1 per cent disappoints. The interest, however, is likely to peak after the arrival of Android 3.2.