The Big Android Chart™: A Definitive History of Android Version Adoption


41 bookmarks. First posted by doughamlin november -1.


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august 2012 by dshanske
Le pire c'est que la situation n'a fait que de se détériorer :
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june 2012 by PandaPacha
android fragmentation upgrades
may 2012 by grigs
Mmmmm, fragmentation.
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may 2012 by peter
RT : a complete history of the last two years of Android updates
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april 2012 by MacDiva
a complete history of the last two years of Android updates
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april 2012 by liqweed
This isn't just the old Google charts poorly stitched together in Photoshop (that was version one), this is a seriously accurate piece of chart-work made from the actual data used to make the official history graphs. With a little Google Chart API data-extraction magic, you can get numbers accurate to 1 tenth of a percentage point in 15 day increments. In other words, we're going for "crazy accurate."
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april 2012 by oliverw
A Definitive History of Android Version Adoption http://t.co/FyLk4GjB Looks like Ice Cream Sandwich upgrades is taking much longer
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april 2012 by matthurst
@brad_frost: A Definitive History of Android Version Adoption http://t.co/ovkeYAL6
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april 2012 by contents
After a good amount of digging and some pointed swear words aimed in the Wayback Machine’s direction, I’ve compiled a complete history of the last two years of Android updates.
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april 2012 by ntschutta
Ok, enough exposition, I present to you the definitive history of the last two years of Android updates, which shall henceforth be known as "The Big Android Chart":
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april 2012 by sunpig
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Android Police:

That’s right, it’s not your imagination, Ice Cream Sandwich adoption is going very, very slowly. You’ll notice update percentage gets progressively slower with each new version, but keep in mind the Android ecosystem is also getting progressively larger. Ice Cream Sandwich has to deal with many, many more models than Éclair did.

The shame of it is that Ice Cream Sandwich is so much nicer than previous versions of Android.

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april 2012 by josephschmitt
Android Police:

That’s right, it’s not your imagination, Ice Cream Sandwich adoption is going very, very slowly. You’ll notice update percentage gets progressively slower with each new version, but keep in mind the Android ecosystem is also getting progressively larger. Ice Cream Sandwich has to deal with many, many more models than Éclair did.

The shame of it is that Ice Cream Sandwich is so much nicer than previous versions of Android.

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april 2012 by rufous
Android Police:

That’s right, it’s not your imagination, Ice Cream Sandwich adoption is going very, very slowly. You’ll notice update percentage gets progressively slower with each new version, but keep in mind the Android ecosystem is also getting progressively larger. Ice Cream Sandwich has to deal with many, many more models than Éclair did.

The shame of it is that Ice Cream Sandwich is so much nicer than previous versions of Android.

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april 2012 by pclaypool
Android Police:

That’s right, it’s not your imagination, Ice Cream Sandwich adoption is going very, very slowly. You’ll notice update percentage gets progressively slower with each new version, but keep in mind the Android ecosystem is also getting progressively larger. Ice Cream Sandwich has to deal with many, many more models than Éclair did.

The shame of it is that Ice Cream Sandwich is so much nicer than previous versions of Android.

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april 2012 by girma
Android Police:

That’s right, it’s not your imagination, Ice Cream Sandwich adoption is going very, very slowly. You’ll notice update percentage gets progressively slower with each new version, but keep in mind the Android ecosystem is also getting progressively larger. Ice Cream Sandwich has to deal with many, many more models than Éclair did.

The shame of it is that Ice Cream Sandwich is so much nicer than previous versions of Android.

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november -1 by doughamlin