Google has released the distribution numbers for the Android platform for the past 7 days leading up to April 6, 2015 and the news for Lollipop looks to be fairly good, with a steady increase in market share. There’s been an increase in devices running Android 5.0 and upwards, with Google adding numbers for Android 5.1 to the table –[Read More…]
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Google has released the latest Android Distribution figures for the month of February, the list of statistics that help developers know which versions of Android they need to target. The list is only taking into account Android devices using Google Play, so there are still a large number of non-Google devices not taken into account. The good news is that[Read More…]
Google has just announced the latest Android Distribution numbers and everyone will be pleased to know that after three months MIA, Android 5.0 has made its first appearance. Google’s inability to maintain stocks of Nexus 6 phones may have contributed to a low entry point, but at 1.6% it’s a good start. For comparisons sake, KitKat entered the Android Distribution[Read More…]
A new year, a new bunch of numbers, and as we saw last month there’s still no sign of Lollipop, despite being released for 2 months now. The data they’ve released has been collected during the 7 days leading up to January 5th, so how does it look? Well, FroYo continues to decline, dropping 0.1% from last month, Gingerbread (the[Read More…]
Google seems back on track with releasing their distribution numbers now, it’s the 1st of the month in the US and boom, here they are. The glaring omission from this list is the lack of stats on Lollipop. Despite hitting devices from the thirteenth of November there’s apparently not even enough devices running the latest version of Android to make[Read More…]
It’s been almost two months since we saw the release of the Android Distribution numbers, but then releasing a major version of Android will certainly put things like this by the wayside for the time being. Google has today released the latest numbers, which were gathered in the 7-days leading up to November 3rd and they’re looking pretty good. KitKat[Read More…]
September has brought about a new update to the Android distribution numbers, and after reaching the heady heights of being on one-fifth of all Android devices last month, KitKat is now sitting on the edge of hitting the 25% mark. After racking up 54.5% market share in the Android world, Jelly Bean has shown only a slight dip in its[Read More…]