February 2016 Android Distribution: Marshmallow Gains 1% Users


Google has posted some fresh stats of Android Distribution for the month of February 2016. As per the new report or distribution table created on the basis by traffic on Google Play Store from last 15 days of January, Marshmallow has gained 1% of users.

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In month of January, Android’s latest version, Marshmallow has risen from 0.7% to 1.2%. This time it’s quite low speed for switching to the latest Marshmallow version. It has been 4 months now since the launch of the Android Marshmallow and adoption rate is 1% till now. That seems quite slow but we hope soon it will pick pace.

Other versions are quite same but have some change as shown below:

Lollipop now sits at 34.1% of the pie, up from 32.6%. Everyone else is (and should be) dropping, like KitKat to 35.5% (from 36.1%), Jelly Bean to 23.9% (from 24.7%), Ice Cream Sandwich to 2.5% (from 2.7%), Gingerbread to 2.7% (from 3.0%), and Froyo to 0.1% (from 0.2%).

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