As always, every month, Google updates the Android distributions across all the software versions. For the month of October, there’s a new entrant to the list -Marshmallow, and it debuts with 0.3% of users. This isn’t bad for a start. It’s also interesting to see that people still use Froyo devices.
In other news, Lollipop took a leap to 25.6% of Android users. A huge percentage of people still lie within the Jelly Bean and KitKat bracket.
Hopefully as Marshmallow gains more traction, we’ll see more users migrate to the new software version.
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