Android KitKat adoption doubles to 5.3 percent of all smartphones but Jelly Bean still dominates the ecosystem

By on April 2, 2014 at 1:21 PM.

Android KitKat adoption doubles to 5.3 percent of all smartphones but Jelly Bean still dominates the ecosystem

Devices running on Android's latest version called KitKat has more than doubled in March than a month before, Google’s Android adoption dashboard report suggests. While KitKat was running on merely 2.5 percent of total Android devices till last month, this month the latest iteration has been reportedly powering 5.3 percent of all Android devices. The latest numbers of the report also highlights that Jelly Bean has witnessed a slight decrease in its share of the Android pie, though it continues to dominate the ecosystem with a 61.4 percent share in total. Last month, Android Jelly Bean was recorded to have 62 percent share. More →
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Android Jelly Bean continues to dominate as KitKat adoption grows slowly

By on February 6, 2014 at 1:01 PM.

Android Jelly Bean continues to dominate as KitKat adoption grows slowly

Android Jelly Bean continues dominating the overall Android OS ecosystem with over 60 percent share, though its growth rate has relatively lowered down than a month before, Google's Android distribution number for the month of January suggests. The distribution table also shows an increase in the use of Android 4.4 KitKat, which now runs on 1.8 percent of all Android devices from 1.4 percent a month prior. More →
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Android Jelly Bean now runs on nearly 60 percent smartphones, KitKat too gains traction

By on January 13, 2014 at 6:41 PM.

Android Jelly Bean now runs on nearly 60 percent smartphones, KitKat too gains traction

Android's Jelly Bean iteration now runs on nearly 60 percent of the total Android smartphones globally, the latest Google Android dashboard report highlights. KitKat too has increased its presence to 1.4 percent, from 1.1 percent recorded in December. Gingerbread and Ice Cream Sandwich, have further lost their share of users and now run on 21.2 percent and 16.9 percent respectively. More →
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