We don’t know what’s happening here but Lollipop is still King of the Android game. Marshmallow follows closely behind. We said March could be Lollipop’s last month of reign but it still is strong on top. Its share is still 32% while Marshmallow is still at 31.2% just like the previous month. Android Nougat went
Google has just released the latest Android Distribution numbers, showing that Android Nougat continues to grow, while Lollipop keeps its lead. The data was collected during a 7-day period ending May 2, 2017.
Android Nougat is Now Running on 45% More Android Devices, Still Trailing Behind Android Lollipop, Marshmallow
The Android 7.0 Nougat was officially launched in August last year. Since then, newer phones have been gradually receiving the latest Android version. These days many new smartphones also come...
Stare at those lollipops all you want because by next month, the Android community may have a new King as the gap between Lollipop and Marshmallow is closing. Last February, Android distribution for Android 5.0 was at 32.5% and now it’s down to 32% while Android 6.0 was at 31.3% now at 31.2%. There’s a
April’s Android distribution chart is still messed up, with Lollipop on top and Nougat at 4.9 percent
This month in Android distribution news: Nougat continues its slow rise to Jelly Bean-beating numbers, while Lollipop is still number one.
Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro Launched in India with 5-inch Super AMOLED Display, Android 5.1 Lollipop, Spreadtrum Processor
Samsung India launched a new smartphone known as Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro with amazing specifications and features at 8,490 Indian Rupees
Lollipop is still King of the Android OS game but it will soon be taken over by Marshmallow. It’s something we’ve been waiting for since January as the gap between the two was closing. The sweet Lollipop has been on top of the Android game for many months now but even if the fluffy Marshmallow
Android Nougat has more than doubled its market share since last month - unfortunately, that still means it's below 3% for v7.0 and v7.1 combined. The MWC saw many Nougat-powered devices, so expect v7.x to pick up speed thanks to affordable but capable devices like the Nokia 6, 5 and 3 and the Moto G5 and Plus.
Having the latest version of Android on your smartphone does not always guarantee a pleasant experience as proven by the Moto G 2014 and the latest Android 5.0.2 Lollipop update. The update started rolling out on Motorola devices earlier this month in the US and while it didn’t come with even more bugs, it didn’t ...
Android Lollipop continues to dominate the Android adoption charts with over 30 pecent. The latest Android Nougat operating system's adoption has improved from the previous month and stands at 1.2 percent.
For a huge period of time in 2016, it was Android Lollipop that reigned supreme in the Android Distribution numbers. This are the figures that Google counts every month to see what versions of Android are being used out in the market. Android Marshmallow still has to overthrow Lollipop out of the throne, but January
Android's latest version Nougat has finally passed the 1% mark in the Google OS distribution chart. 7.0 and 7.1 combined now represent 1.2% of the total number of devices running Android - more than Froyo and Gingerbread each. Hurrah.