Majority of Android Users use Old Android OS versions
People keen to know about latest Android OS updates and latest versions of Android operating system to update their Android Smartphones OS, but interesting Telegraph published a research report done by OpenSignal which says approximately 34 percent of Android users use Gingerbread version of Android OS which was released in 2011, 32 percent users use Jelly Bean, 23 percent Android users have Ice cream Sandwich that was released in 2011, and old versions of Android like Honeycomb, Froyo, Eclair and Donut Android versions also have user base.
Android Smartphones and Old Android versions
Android OS is a rapidly growing Mobile OS and according to some expert opinions Android covers 75% of the Smartphone market and leads over iOS, BlackBerry OS and Windows Phone. When Android has a huge user base and this Open source Smartphone OS from Google allows manufacturers to use Android OS for their Smartphones and tablets, that is one of the reasons that we can find a huge product base having Android OS installed on it.
Google Play Store Benchmark
Google play store becomes another solid reason of Android’s success. Despite the fact that functionality and user friendly interface turned millions of Smartphone lovers and users to Android Smartphones and mobile manufacturing brands like Samsung, HTC, Motorola, LG and Sony, and they have picked up Android for their Smartphones choice.
Around 1 million applications (Apps and games) on the google play store make a new standard in the Smartphone industry, when a user comes to know about Google play store’s huge database or even he jumps to play store through his Gmail account and finds Android apps, and thousands of them are free to download and use on Android phones, he suddenly starts taking interest in Android OS and Android Smartphones, and this type of behaviors influence on the decision making of the Smartphone buyer.