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While the combined percentage of devices running Android 7.0 Nougat and version 7.1 was 11.5 percent last month, this month, the share has climbed up to 13.5 percent.
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One day after Google released new monthly security patches for its Nexus and Pixel phones, the company has kept up with another monthly tradition: releasing new Android distribution numbers.
Android platform distribution for August 2017: Nougat hits 13.5% with Android O right around the corner
Google has updated the developer dashboards for August, and that means a new glimpse at which versions of Android are floating around out there. Like last month, Android 7.0 and 7.1 saw a small gain, and most other versions saw a small drop. That leaves Nougat on just 13.5% of devices today, and it's entirely possible Android O will arrive before another platform update does.
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The latest Android Distribution numbers are now in and the big takeaway for August is that Android Nougat has increased once again, and now resides at a 13.5-percent distribution level. This can be further broken down as 12.3-percent for Android 7.0 and 1.2-percent for Android 7.1. To put this into perspective, this sees a month-over-month