As Android is on the upgradable in its time limit and like clockwise, Google publish the global Android distributive numbers for the month of January 2018. As always as, they is not 100 percent more accurate, but have a good idea of where Android stands now.
The search big collect the stats during a seven day period. Which ends on the second week of this month, and excludes from the result of any version Android. That didn’t hit 0.1 percent market share or more. As usual, only devices that visits the Google Play Store factors into the distribution numbers. Smartphones and tablets that were turn off during the first week weren’t count.
Android Oreo Update is far and away the best version yet of Google’s wildly popular mobile operating system. It takes everything great about earlier Android builds and mixes. In a number of important new features and refinements. Some features like faster boot times and background activity restrictions help improve speed and battery life. Other new additions such as login autofill and picture-in-picture offer convenience. Then you have our favorite new features like Android Instant Apps, which lets people begin using an app right from a browser or the Play store. Without having to install it and further enhancements to the “seamless Update” feature first introduced in Android Nougat.
Update Android 8.0 and 8.1 Oreo reach 0.7 percent of the market share. But not manage to climb and lead from Marshmallow. Which is pretty well ahead with a 28.6 percent share. The Update was the most used version of Android as of prior January.
Getting onto most popular versions of Android, Android 7.0 and Android 7.1 Nougat. Which create the list with 26.3 percent of the total market. Android 5.0 and Android 5.1 Lollipop, for the present hold steady with 25.1 percent (lowest from 26.3 percent in December 2018), making the Lollipop the third most used version of Google’s mobile operating system.
Older or decay versions of Android Update are on the downturn. Android 4.4 KitKat has dipped to 12.8 percent from 13.4 percent, and all three versions of Jelly Bean (4.1.x, 4.2.x, and 4.3) renders for 5.6 percent of Android devices. Down from 5.9% in December 2018. Ice Cream Sandwich hit just 0.5 percent, and Gingerbread barely held on with 0.4 percent.
Dynamically the history tells us anything anytime. Since Oreo usage should increase dramatically when 2018 flagships start coming out.
The further updates on most of the Android devices be rolling out soon. As most of the people are curious for the software updates. The Developers are also excited to test the new Android versions.
Be reading the blogs and watch news for further updates.