Android 4.1 and 4.2 combine for 28.4 percent of active devices running the mobile OS, claiming second place from Ice Cream Sandwich. Meanwhile, Gingerbread starts to crumble.
Amazon's tablet-optimised app is out now on Google Play, for an altogether more tablet-shaped shopping experience.
Most Android phones are still two generations behind, but figures reveal Ice Cream Sandwich is on a quarter of Android blowers.
Forget Jelly Bean; the Google-owned company says three 2011 phones will be stuck on older versions of Android forever.
O2 customers with a Sony Xperia Ray, Sony Xperia Arc or Sony Xperia Neo aren't getting Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
The Sony Xperia SL is official, adding a faster processor and Ice Cream Sandwich to the original Xperia S.
The Xperia P is the latest Sony smartphone to see an Android 4.0 update.
Samsung is finally pushing out an Android Ice Cream Sandwich update for its range of Galaxy tablets
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is now on 16 per cent of Android devices, more than nine months after it was first released.
Google continues to see solid growth in uptake of Ice Cream Sandwich, but Android 4.0 is still a long way off trouncing Android 2.3 Gingerbread.