Google has once again released an update on the distribution numbers for each version of Android, with Lollipop making a jump of nearly 3 percent. The new numbers show that Lollipop is installed on 21 percent of active Android devices, making the jump from 18.1 percent last month. KitKat took a small dive, back down to 39.2 percent like it was back in June, and Jelly Bean is down to 31.8 percent from 33.6 in August.
As for the rest, Ice Cream Sandwich sits at 3.7 percent, down from 4.1, Gingerbread dropped half a percent again down to 4.1, and finally Froyo is at 0.2 percent, down from 0.3. Good to see the Lollipop adoption continue to grow ahead of the Marshmallow release.
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