New data on the state of the Android ecosystem has been posted to Google’s Android Developers site. The big reveal? Gingerbread, the version of the Android mobile operating system released back in December 2010, is still leading with 57.5% of Android OS share. Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) is at 20.9%, and Android 2.2 (Froyo) has 14%. Yes, Froyo – released in May 2010.
We’ve just released Songbird for Android Beta 2 and it’s available via automatic updates on Android Market. We’ve fixed performance issues as well as bugs that were present in Beta 1. Let us know if you run into any problems with this new version.
I'm using Netbeans IDE for develop mobile application J2ME .Now i'm switchover to android app development.I configured android in netbeans and developed small application.But most of my friends suggest me to use eclipse IDE.I don't know whether continue netbeans or move to eclipse.Which is the best IDE for developing of standard android application?