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Android Froyo dies: State of Android Reports – Jan. 2017

Google has once again published the State of Android reports for January 2017 – the first one this year. The outcome is impressive. It would interest you to know that Android 2.2 Froyo has disappeared from the list. This essentially means that its installed on less than 0.1% of Android devices. We can then safely say, RIP Android Froyo.

Android Froyo dies Jan. 2017

And Android Froyo Is Survived By…

Android Gingerbread currently sits at 1% of Android users, so we can expect it to depreciate, or eventually fizzle out soon too. Android 4.4 KitKat users account for 22.6% of users, while Android Lollipop remains king at 33.4%. Android 6.0 Marshmallow gained numbers and rose to 29.6% of users. The latest Android Nougat is still coming up with a mere 0.7%. With more OEMs rolling out updates, we can expect the Nougat numbers to rise in the next report. You can find out more from the source link.



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