Google is making progress in its efforts to reduce so-called Android fragmentation, but it still has a long way to go.
According to the search giant's own figures, Jelly Bean, the latest version of Android, powers 48.6% of all Android devices.
It's a big improvement from where Android was a year ago when most users weren't even on the latest version of the mobile OS. But fragmentation remains a big problem for developers who have to account for the different versions of Android when developing their apps.
And now developers and users have a new version of Android to look forward to as Google recently teased the arrival of KitKat or Android 4.4.