Android Distribution numbers have been updated for June, showing a somewhat small increase in the number of devices running Lollipop. Last month, Lollipop was at nearly 10% of devices, and one month later, it sits at 12.4%. It’s not a huge jump, but hey, it’s an improvement. (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…)
The Android platform distribution was updated this morning for the month of February with Kit Kat (Android 4.4) still holding the majority of usage at 39.7%, up from 39.1% the previous month. A newcomer is also present on this month’s page, that being Android 5.0 Lollipop. While still being rather new to the party, it currently sits at 1.6% of users. (more…)
The Android platform distribution were updated this morning for the first time in 2015 with Kit Kat (Android 4.4) showing a nice jump from 33.9% in the previous month to 39.1%. The rest of the versions of Android all dropped, just like they have been for months. Jelly Bean is down to 46% (from 48.7%), Ice Cream Sandwich to 6.7%, and Gingerbread to 7.8%. (more…)
The Android distribution numbers were updated today to show the continue rise in share of Android 4.4 “Kit Kat.” While no longer the newest version of Android, Android 4.4 does not account for over a third of Android devices, weighing in at 33.9% (up from 30.2% in November). The rest of the versions have fallen, with Jelly Bean (Android 4.3) dropped to 48.7%, which is down from the 50.9% it sat at last month. (more…)
When Google updated the Android distribution numbers for September, Kit Kat was nearing 25% of all devices. Now for November, it has passed that mark and currently sits at 30.2%. Unsurprisingly, Lollipop is still not available through this graph, given that it is only publicly available starting today, so you can expect to see Android 5.0 appear in next month’s numbers.
As for the rest of the field, Jelly Bean sits at 50.9%, which is slightly down from last month’s 53.8%. Ice Cream Sandwich is also on the decline, falling to 8.5% from 9.6%, and Gingerbread now sits at 9.8% down from 11.4%.