Pour one out for Android 4.0, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich: Google announced today that support for Ice Cream Sandwich will be discontinued for future Play Service API versions, which means updates for apps on the older Android Version will likely be very few, about 9to5Google .
Instead, Google Developer has the minimum level of support as Target API Level 16 (for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean). Theoretically, while developers can still maintain and update a version of their apps specifically for Ice Cream Sandwich users who support API levels 14 or 15, many are unlikely to do so.
This is not the most surprising news: According to Google's developer dashboard, by October 26, only 0.03 percent of Android users were using Ice Cream sandwich on. After all, 0.03 percent of the nearly 2 billion Android phones around the world work with around 6 million cell phones and tablets that could be affected ̵
Given the poor state of Android software updates, there's a chance you'll still be using an Ice Cream Sandwich phone, and you probably will not get an update for Jelly Bean soon. Maybe upgrade to something more modern?