Google reveals that Lollipop users account for 29.5% of all Android users, Marshmallow stands at 0.5

By Sudhiir

Google has been long speaking fo its Marshmallow update for Android phones. Google released data about the monthly distribution of versions of its Android platforms. The data was collected within a one week period of December 1st to December 7th 2015. Lollipop users account for 29.5% of total number of Android users. This is further divided by Lollipop 5.0 and Lollipop 51. Here Lollipop 5.0 has 16.3 %, while Lollipop 5.1 has 13.2% users. Android KitKat still ranks highest with 36.6 % users. These figures are recorded for the month of December.

Google reveals that Lollipop accounts for 29.5% of all Android users
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Marshmallow has 0.5% users for the month of December. The adoption rate are said to be be high, since Marshmallow has been released very recently. This is a huge jump in a month's time. Android Jelly Bean (4.1/4.2/4/3) has an adoption rate of 26.9%. The adoption rate for older Android versions are reducing as people adapt to new versions fo the Android version. Froyo 2.2 has 0.2% users while Gingerbread has 3.4% users. Android Ice Cream Sandwich still has about 2.9% users.

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Google has started rolling out Marshmallow update to high-end devices. These figures do not include adoption rates for android versions that have less than 0.1% users.


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