Google just updated their platform version distribution figures including a new graph showcasing historical trends. While we can all moan and complain as much as we want about how “slowly” updates have been rolled out to older devices, the trending paints a picture of an OS version that has quickly grown (in the grand scheme of things) to hold the majority share at 53 percent. Also new to the data is the inclusion of Android 2.2 popping in at 1.8 percent. Older versions of Android (1.0 and 1.1) are now considered obsolete and take up a marginal fraction of the Android space. The figures should be changing more drastically in the coming month with a rumored Android 2.2 update for the Droid.