Google has released its latest update to the distribution numbers for each version of Android, with data that was collected on April 4. The latest version, Marshmallow, doubled its share compared to March, up from 2.3% to 4.6%.
Google's data shows the previous Android version, Lollipop, went down slightly from 36.1% in March to 35.8% in April, retaining its hold as the version of Android with the most installs. KitKat slid from 34.3% in March to 33.4% in April. Jelly Bean went down from 22.3% to 21.3%, while Ice Cream Sandwich is down slightly from 2.3% to 2.2% and Gingerbread remained the same at 2.6%. Froyo is still hanging on with just 0.1% of all Android devices.
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