Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread. Are you feeling hungry yet? Android’s codenames make each version tastier than the last, but as we all know those updates don’t always find their way to handsets as quickly as we’d like. This has left a platform that many call fragmented, a problem that has long been pointed to by developers as one of the main reasons they feel hesitant about creating games and apps for Android devices. Google has defended the platform, shying away from using terms like fragmentation and insisting on calling handsets with older versions of Android “legacy” devices, but the fact remains that not every handset is on a level playing field at the OS level.
Sure, Google releases their own statistics quite regularly giving a top-down look at the breakup of Android OS versions among devices, but anticipation for yet another update at Google I/O — rumored to go under codename Ice Cream — has us itching to run a poll of our own. So sound off below and let us know the Android version you are currently running on your handset — stock, ROM, or otherwise. (Try to only answer Honeycomb if it your primary Android OS).