Google has again released an update on the distribution numbers for each version of Android, with Lollipop rising by another 2.5 percent. The new numbers show that Lollipop is now installed on 23.5 percent of active Android devices, up from 21 percent last month. KitKat is down a little again, from 39.2 percent to 38.9 percent, and Jelly Bean is now at 30.2 percent, down from 31.8 percent.
As for the rest, Ice Cream Sandwich is sitting at 3.4 percent, a small drop from the previous 3.7, and Gingerbread is at 3.8 percent, a small drop from 4.1. Finally, Froyo remains the same at 0.2 percent. It's great to see the adoption of Lollipop continue to grow, and it will be interesting to see where Marshmallow ranks in the coming months.
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