Android Fragmentation: Does it really matter?
In tech circles, there is an ongoing discussion about how the user base for Android is stratified. Instead of receiving updates to the latest version, like iOS customers, Android OS versions can vary greatly from one locality to another. Android market share is divided up into four groups: Jelly Bean, Ice Cream Sandwich, Gingerbread, and everyone else (Froyo, Honeycomb, Donut, and Eclaire).
Does this actually matter to users that just want a device that allows them to check social networks, search, send text, play mobile games, and/or check and send email?
Which version of Android do you have?