Well, this is kind of mixed news, on the upside, Ice Cream Sandwich is up by 3.8% from last month, it went from 7.1% to 10.9%, which is not a lot, but it’s getting better.
On the other side, 22.7% of all Android devices are running a version of Android that is over 2 years old, and that’s terrible. If that would have been a less than 2-year-old OS, we could have found some sort of relief, believing that people are still on contract with old devices but are going to upgrade very soon straight to ICS or even JB, but no, that’s over 2 years old, Froyo was released on May 2010, we are now in June, you do the math.
Gingerbread is still way ahead of ICS with 64% of total devices, but yet again, Gingerbread is from December 2010!
There’s not much more to say about that, hopefully, in the next few months we’ll see people upgrading their phones and a big percentage of those devices will jump straight to ICS and JB.
I’m pretty sure that a big portion of these numbers is the fault of a lot of crappy, cheap, almost useless devices including all those cheap tablets running 2.1 or 2.2 that you can find everywhere from ebay to dealextreme.
ICS is too good to be that low at this point considering Android 4.1 is already announces and about to be launched.
Source: Android Developer Dashboard