Four months after its launch, the latest version of Google's mobile software is only on 1.2 percent of Android devices. That's actually a big jump from last month.
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Google's newest operating system has finally taken the crown as Android's most popular OS.
The most recent version of Android is finally more widely used than the years-old Gingerbread, according to the Big G's developer stats.
At the same time, KitKat's bite has reached almost 2 percent, while Gingerbread is eating up a 20 percent share.
Newer versions of Google's operating system -- Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean -- are slowly but steadily gaining on the older and popular Gingerbread.
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Over half of all currently active Android devices are running the up-to-date Jelly Bean operating system, according to Google. It isn't all good news, though, with a quarter of all devices still stuck on Gingerbread.
One in ten Android devices are now running the latest version, with crusty old Gingerbread finally falling below the 50 per cent mark.
Android 4.1 and 4.2 now run on 10 percent of the Android devices out there while Gingerbread fades -- a bit.