Marshmallow got highest share in the total Android market while Nougat just got 13.5%
The latest report from Google shows that most widely used Android version today is still the Android Marshmallow.
Since the next Android version is just ready to hit the market, the Nougat growth also came into observation to be rather slow as it forms just 13.5% of the total market. In spite of the short total, Android Nougat still makes out the greatest fly than any other Android version.
Of the both Nougat versions, Android Nougat 7.0 had an extra grip as compared to the Android 7.1. For the duration of the last month, the Android Nougat 7.0 boost by 1.7% points to where it is now, 12.3%.
Android 7.1, on the other hand, had insufficient augment of .3% from .9% to 1.2%. The total 13.5% section as held by Android Nougat was still not as much of the Marshmallow, Android KitKat, and Lollipop. It is even still less than the Android Marshmallow’s rank from the same time in previous year. Last year, Marshmallow was operating 18.7% of Android devices, later than 11 months it came out.
Discussing the Android Operating system used by majority extensively, Android Marshmallow; it still power-driven about one Android smartphone out of each 3. Having a percentage of 32.3%, Android 6.0 Marshmallow was still talented to cultivate itself regardless of the accessibility of newest Android 7.0 and then Android 7.1. Android 6.0 grew from 31.8% to 32.3%.on the other hand; these were the solitary Android versions which rose.
There was a turn down in all the rest of Android operating systems about their usages. Android 5.1 Lollipop provide to about 21.8% of the market, a 0.5% low from 22.3%. Likewise, Android 5.0 curved in starting 7.8% to 7.4% and Android 4.4 KitKat held 16% of the market.
The upcoming Android 7.0 new Android version nears its launch. This year in March the operating system was released for Developers in advance, while it was released in its most genuine form in the fourth and final Beta version of the operating system just in recent times.
Source — Google Dashboard