October was the month we saw Android 4.3 first make an appearance in the Android usage numbers released by Google. Android 4.3 entered with 1.5 percent of the pie and that has grown to 2.3 percent for the month of November.
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Google has released the latest Android usage numbers. This latest is the September report which considers data from a 7-day period that ended on September 4. The usage has been detailed based on platform versions just as we have seen in previous months, however this latest report has arrived as the first without Donut and Eclair.
Google has once again released the numbers showing the percentage of Android versions and while we have been watching a steady rise for Jelly Bean, this latest shows a change in the top position. Over the course of the past month Jelly Bean usage has gone from 33 percent up to 37.9 percent. But perhaps the key point here, Jelly Bean usage is now sitting above Gingerbread.
The HTC Desire 200 isn’t a device you’ll be seeing out there in the wild as often as the HTC One – mostly because it wont be released in the USA until it’s passed through the paces internationally. That said, it’ll be quite the release when it does hit the likes of T-Mobile and AT&T: and good luck to Verizon too: (we’ll see some “DROID” attached to it then)
Today we have another unique handset to share with everyone from the folks at Verizon Wireless and Pantech .
Today we can chalk up another win for Google from the patent department. According to reports the US Patent and Trademark Office has just granted Google the patent for facial recognition in Android.
The Galaxy Discover was revealed as coming to Straight Talk and Net10 earlier this morning, however it seems Samsung has opted to do something unique with this particular handset. They are going to launch it without the TouchWiz user interface. This will not change the fact that the device is launching with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich , but still, we suspect some may prefer a vanilla ICS as compared to a TouchWiz filled Jelly Bean experience.
The latest Android usage numbers have been released by Google . if you remember back to last month we were excited because Jelly Bean reached a double digit percentage and Cupcake officially dropped off.
This week HD Widgets gets rather colorful in a new set of widgets that take what the app already does extremely well and cuts it all down to a rather Pop Art friendly phase. This release comes as a separate download from the main HD Widgets (now at version 3.8, mind you), and brings you a variety of new backs, fronts, colors, and everything in-between for your fully customizable widget family