On course for well over 300 million this year.
In a tweet, Google's mobile SVP Andy Rubin confirmed the new milestone and also took the opportunity to deny he's leaving the company.
He said: "No plans to leave Google. Oh, and just for meme completeness - there are over 900,000 android devices activated each day :-)"
The landmark nudges daily sales upwards a little from the 850,000 reported during MWC in February.
It's sure to annoy Apple, which has historically questioned the methodology behind the numbers, claiming OS upgrades are counted as new activations. Google denies this.
Either way, there's no denying the sheer quantity of Android devices and the success of top end flagships like the Galaxy SII and the HTC One, are consolidating the platform's domination.
Google is expected sell 310 to 330 million Android phones in 2012, more than doubling the Apple's iPhone sales, which are set to hit 118 million.
Meanwhile, the app store Google Play currently offers over 400m products - fast catching Apple's half a million.