Google last updated the Android distribution numbers at the end of August, the first time since releasing Android Pie. Pie didn’t make the cut then and here we are just wrapping up September and Google is back with another update. Pie still isn’t there, and as you can imagine, the numbers haven’t changed much in general in such a short time.
Here is a quick breakdown of the September Android distribution numbers:
- Oreo: 19.2% (+4.6%)
- Nougat: 29.3% (-1.5%)
- Marshmallow: 21.6% (-1.1%)
- Lollipop: 18.3% (-0.9%)
- KitKat: 7.8% (-0.8%)
- Jelly Bean: 3.2% (-0.3%)
- Ice Cream Sandwich: 0.3%
- Gingerbread: 0.3%
See, not much of a difference. Oreo certainly picked up some growth, but we really just want to see how Pie is doing with 4 Pixel phones running it, as well as the Essential Phone and OnePlus 6.
Last month’s numbers can be seen here.