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Jelly Bean now running on 12 percent of Android handsets, as Gingerbread’s share drops

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Google updated its Android Dashboard yesterday to give accurate data on the distribution of each Android platform.

The pie chart above represents Android devices that accessed Google Play within a 14-day period ending Feb. 4, and it shows Gingerbread as having held the No. 1 spot at 45.4-percent. Ice Cream Sandwich came in second with 29 percent, and Jelly Bean sat at No. 1 with 12.2-percent.

Jelly Bean first crossed the 10-percent threshold last month and has continued to grow into February, while Gingerbread finally fell below the 50-percent mark in January and is steadily dropping. Ice Cream Sandwich also fell in the last four weeks, but only by .1-percent.

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