More Android devices are running Froyo than the latest KitKat software, as a disgruntled developer laments Android fragmentation.
Google unveils the name of the latest version of Android, which was previously referred to as "L."
A promo suggests possible names for Google's next mobile operating system, from Lemon Meringue Pie to Lemon Drop.
But the latest version of Android is still far behind Jelly Bean, which reigns on more than half of all devices recorded.
The upcoming "L" version of Android version brings a new user interface, and Google's Web apps will adopt it, too. It's one of many new Android features Google showed at its Google I/O show.
Still, fragmentation remains a thorn in the side of Android, especially compared with the relative ease of Apple's iOS updates.
Jelly Bean is now on 59.1 per cent of all active Android devices, according to the latest figures from Google.
So a Google employee reportedly went off on protesters blocking the company's San Francisco shuttle bus was staged. Turns out it was staged and the resulting outrage fed narrative that speaks volumes about the great tech backlash 2014.
Android 4.4 KitKat will get its first update in the next few days, Google has promised, with the main focus the Nexus 5's disappointing camera.
As Android KitKat hurtles towards us, its predecessor Jelly Bean has reached 48 per cent of Android smart phones and tablets.