The Android distribution stats have returned; Android 11 is not the most commonly used operating system

The Android distribution stats have returned;  Android 11 is not the most commonly used operating system

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  • Android 10 is the most widely used version of Android – Android distribution numbers return; Android 11 is not the most widely used version of the operating system. Android 10 is the most widely used version of Android. Today, for the first time since 2020, Google released the latest batch of distribution numbers for the first time since April 2020. The previous release before that one came in May 2019. According to 9to5Google, these new numbers are approximately three weeks old and they show that Android 11 “R” has a 24.3% share of the Android Platform after 14 months (Android 12 has yet to show up in the charts).

  • Android distribution statistics have been updated; Android 11 is not the most widely used version of the operating system. If you’ve been a smartphone fan for a while, you may recall Google releasing Android distribution stats every month. Google would create graphs and charts based on the Android versions loaded on phones that visited the Google Play Store during a seven-day period, revealing which Android version was discovered in the most phones. For a variety of reasons, Google has stopped disclosing this information. For starters, it made Android appear poor because only a small number of phones would be running the most recent version of the operating system. Google also asserted that.

The famous Android distribution pie chart is back – Android distribution numbers return; Android 11 is not the most widely used version of the operating system The famous Android distribution pie chart is back But that is not the most widely used version of Android. That would be Android 10Q with a 26.5% slice of the Android pie (not Android Pie). Speaking of Pie, Android 9 Pie is next with an 18.2% share of the Android market. Oreo 8.1 and Oreo 8.0 were found on 9.7% and 4.0% of the Android phones in the Play Store, respectively.

Interestingly, Android 6 Marshmallow’s 5.1% was higher than the 2.9% share belonging to Android 7.1 Nougat and the 3.4% share captured by Android 7.0 Nougat. Because there are so many different Android phone manufacturers, the OS suffers from fragmentation. When Samsung decides to release an update to Android 12, it isn’t likely to be the same time that Motorola’s Android phones are receiving an update to the latest build. Apple, on the other hand, controls both the hardware and software for the iPhone which allows Apple to update all eligible iPhone models at the same time.

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