As we can see in the image, last in the bottom of the table with almost one percentage point after his arrival on Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S appears Android 4.1 aka Jelly Bean.This is the first time to become part of the latest data on the Android platform version distribution.
Compared to last month's Ice Cream Sandwich has gained more ground now amounting to almost 16 percentage points,considering that the next data will have the full range of Samsung tablets and the passage of the Razr series with Android 4.0.4 who will bring even higher ICS share.
To act as a master is still Android Gingerbread with more than 60% but records the first setback losing about 3% in favor of the current distributions, a situation that is likely to be repeated over the coming months with more and more widespread version 4.0 and one final Jelly Bean that if all goes well could take hold much earlier than it did the previous versions of Android.
Rounding out there is stillFroyo 2.2 but probably by the end of the year we will see it already below the 10 percentage points and like all the others older versions will slowly disappear as happened last month with cupcake, who is no longer present in the graphs . In general we can say that Jelly Bean has certainly surprised positively, about this time that Google has released updates, SDK and all the news in record time waiting for the producers who still play an important role in the spread of this latest version.