Google updated its Android distribution numbers for the month of March, showing slight growth in the Marshmallow department. After just barely eclipsing 1% in February, we saw a jump to 2.3% this month. While I’m sure the world of Android fans would love to see that at 30 or 40%, that’s just not how Android works.
As for the rest of the numbers, Lollipop has jumped to 36.1% (up from 34.1%), while the rest of the Android versions dropped. Kit Kat is down to 34.3%, Jelly Bean to 22.3%, Ice Cream Sandwich to 2.3%, and Gingerbread to 2.6%.
You can see last month’s numbers here.
Via: Android Developers
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