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Sunday, March 11, 2018

Which Version More Popular In Android Users???

Which Version More Popular In Android Users

Google introduced Android 8.1 in January and today a two month later.Google has released a report about its various versions, according to which the latest "Oreo" has been occupied by one percent market, while most of them are leaving behind The most used Android versions has become.



Apart from Apple, the advertisers in such a broad range are not spread widely, due to which there are different phones released from different companies so the advertisers can not spread equally. Estimate that many years old versions like "Gingerbread, Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean" are also a remarkable part of the market.Today 5.7 percent of the users use these versions.

In 2013 "Kit Kat" is still being used on 12% of Android devices, while "Lollipop" has 24.6% subscribers i.e a quarter of the users.



The most used operating systems are "Marshmallow" and "Nougat".Total 28.1 percent of the users use "Marshmallow", while "Nougat" has become the most used Android versions for the first time with 28.5 percent.It's a big jump of Nougat because it was only 1.2% market share in the previous year.


Version Codename API Distribution Change
2.3.3-
2.3.7
Gingerbread
10
0.3%
-0.1%
4.0.3-
4.0.4
Ice Cream
Sandwhich
15
0.4%
-0.1%
4.1.x
Jelly Bean
16
1.7%
-0.3%
4.2.x
Jelly Bean
17
2.6%
-0.4%
4.3
Jelly Bean
18
0.7%
-0.2%
4.4
Kitkat
19
12%
-1.4%
5
Lollipop
21
5.4%
-0.7%
5.1
Lollipop
22
19.2%
-1%
6
Marshmallow
23
28.1%
-1.6%
7
Nougat
24
22.3%
+4%
7.1
Nougat
25
6.2%
+2.2%
8
Oreo
26
0.8%
+0.3%
8.1
Oreo
27
0.3%
N/A

Something can be done with Android now because Google has taken new measures for developing countries and "Oreo" has been kept in it.See what's the difference between Android Oreo market next year?

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