Google Releases Updated Android Distribution Chart

The Mountain View company Google maintains the Android distribution chart for the developers as well as the users to see what version of the operating system are at the top of the table. But the company didn’t update the distribution chart since October last year. The company finally updated the Android distribution chart, as the Google I/O 2019 event started, and the latest figures reveal that the latest version of the operating system i.e. Android 9.0 crossed the double-digit mark. So, without any delay let’s dive into the article to check out the latest statistics of the Android versions.

In the update of the Android distribution chart, the Android Pie was active in less than 1% of smartphones. But now the operating system is running on many devices and the OS managed to secure 10.4%. Well, this is significant growth and the number will jump, as many new flagship smartphones to come.

Let’s move to the Oreo, in the previous report, the v8.0 of the OS was at the 13.4% share, and the v8.1 was at 5.8% of share. But in the latest report, the Android Oreo 8.0 has 12.9% share and the 8.1 version is installed in 15.4%. Well, the version of Android is now bumped to 28.3%. The growth is really great and happy to see, that the OEMs are rolling out the latest update in right time.

Moving to the Nougat (which is new and last major update for many devices), is continuously losing its numbers and the version is managed to secure its total share of 19.2%.

Coming to the older versions, Android Marshmallow continuously going down and, the OS is now active on 16.9% of devices. Speaking about the Lollipop, the numbers continuously going down, both the versions (v5.0 and v5.1) of Lollipop and now it is active on 14.5%. In terms of Android KitKat, it is active in total number of 6.9%.

Talking about the Jelly Bean, it is now active in 3.2% devices, Ice Cream Sandwich remains on 0.3% devices and the Gingerbread remains on 0.3%.

So, these are the new numbers of Android distribution chart and on what Android version are you running on your device??? Do let us know in the comments section below!

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