The new Android distribution numbers are out for January 2016, with little change from last month’s report. Marshmallow, the newest version of Android, is crawling along with acceptance and is only up to 0.7% from 0.5%. (more…)
Google updated its Android Distribution numbers today, detailing the updates inside of the Android ecosystem as a whole. For the month of December, while nothing crazy happened, Marshmallow did see a major jump from 0.3% to a solid 0.5%. That’s huge. Lollipop also saw a bit of a jump, going from 25.6% to 29.5%. (more…)
Google updated its Android Distribution numbers for the month of October, showing a slight bump in the number of phones running Android 5.0+ Lollipop to 23.5%. Last month, Lolli sat at 21% on the dot.
As for the other numbers, every other version is down, which makes sense as phones adopt new versions of Android: Kit Kat 38.9% (39.2%), Jelly Bean 30.2% (31.8%), Ice Cream Sandwich 3.4% (3.7%), Gingerbread 3.8% (4.1%), and Froyo 0.2% (0.2%). (more…)
Google updates its Android distribution numbers for September 2015 this morning, showing a jump for Lollipop (Android 5.0+) from 18.1% to 21%. While no where near 50% or a number that would make Apple and Tim Cook angry, we are closing in on the quarter mark. Hey, it’s something!
As for the rest of the Android versions, KitKat sits at 39.2%, Jelly Bean 31.8%, Ice Cream Sandwich 3.7%, Gingerbread 4.1%, and Froyo 0.2%. (more…)
Google took the month of July off, but today, went ahead and updated the Android OS distribution numbers for August.
In the two months since they last updated, Lollipop has seen a sizable jump from 11.6% to over 18%. Other than that, there hasn’t been much movement. KitKat barely moved up to 39.3% (from 39.2%), while Jelly Bean (37.4% to 33.6%), Ice Cream Sandwich (5.1% to 4.1%), and Gingerbread (5.6% to 4.6%) all dropped. (more…)
The monthly Android Distribution numbers have been updated for the month of May, this time showing a nice chunk of growth for Lollipop. Last month, Lollipop grew to a little over 5% of all devices, but in just a month, it is now nearly at 10%. Keep in mind, as more and more devices are released in 2015 that run Lollipop out of the box, that will help the build’s growth. (more…)