Seven. Point. One. Percent.


But the most interesting reason again ties into something Schmidt said back in December:

“With the ICS release our core objective as a company is to get all of the hardware vendors onto that platform.”

I mean, he really said that. And it\’s unbelievable because it\’s perhaps the most epic fail in the history of epic fails. Google\’s “core objective as a company” was to get hardware vendors onto Ice Cream Sandwich (aka Android 4.0), and as of June 1 — seven months after the launch of the OS — 7.1 percent of Android phones are actually on it.

MG Siegler: Dear Eric Schmidt, It\’s Been 6 Months — Where Are Those iOS-Slaying Android Exclusive Apps? | TechCrunch

I would hate to be a developer on Android. It’s like coding a site to work on all browsers, including IE6, but probably worse.