Hello Mi Fans, Google has updated the developer dashboard for September, and this means that a new look at which Android versions are running around. A quick look at the pie chart reveals that Nougat's share now stands at 15.8%, which is slightly up from the 13.5% share the company reported last month.
Every other version of Android has gone down in use.Marshmallow's share's practically the same as last month, while that for Lollipop has come down by 0.4%. Moving on, KitKat's share is down 1%, and Jelly Bean has also seen a marginal decline. Share for Gingerbread and Ice Cream Sandwich has also declined by 0.1% each.
Here's the breakdown of this month's changes.
Here’s our fancy graph that tracks Android distribution over a 5 year period.
Oreo started rolling out to Pixel and Nexus devices a few weeks ago, but it hasn't hit the requisite 0.1% share to appear on the list. If history is any guide, it'll be another month or two before that happens. Hopefully Project Treble can speed things up in the future. I'll be back with the next month's Android Platform distribution update.
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[News] Android Platform Distribution: Nougat Breaks 15% In September 2017