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iOS 7 hits 74 percent adoption rate

There were mixed feelings about Apple’s iOS 7 upon its release on September 18, 2013. Apple has released official data showing that indicates a 74 percent adoption rate for iOS 7. That’s 3 out of every 4 Apple devices. The following article from iDownloadBlog states

“The 74 percent iOS 7 adoption rate is a huge share no matter how you look at it, especially versus the 22 percent seen by iOS 6. The company put the older iOS versions at just four percent.

By comparison, Android 4.4 KitKat is currently installed on a meager 1.1 percent of Android devices.”

Find out more in the full article below.

Official: iOS 7 hits 74 percent adoption rate

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Google begins serving up KitKat upgrade to some Nexus tablets

Owners of the Wi-Fi-only Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 slates can expect the next version of Android to begin rolling to their devices Tuesday night.

Some Nexus tablet owners can expect to get their first taste of Android KitKat soon. Google announced on Twitter Tuesday that it would begin rolling out an over-the-air upgrade of Android 4.4 KitKat to Nexus 7 (2012 and 2013) and Nexus 10 tablets immediately. However, not all Nexus owners can expect the upgrade right away; Google said the current rollout is for Wi-Fi-only tablets, meaning that Nexus slates with mobile data will have to wait, as will owners of the Nexus 4. KitKat’s main purpose is to usher in a strategy toward minimizing fragmentation, a problem that has cropped up because of the wide variety of Android devices on the market running different versions of the operating system.

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Never Considered Trying Until Now

The song was always catchy when I was a kid, but I always stuck with what i knew I loved. Now, however, the choice has seemingly been made for me, and I’m not so reluctant this time, especially after this: “Some brilliant idiot made the Android Kit Kat logo in 3D”

Found via Twitter.

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