So with the latest Android usage figures out, we can see finally there’s a slight shift in numbers of users migrating to the Marshmallow and Nougat versions of the operating system.


Most surprising is the growth of v6.0 Marshmallow, which has grown by about 25%, despite it not actually being the latest version of Android for a few months now.  Version 7 grew by just a measly 0.1%, whilst v5.x remained the most popular OS version with v4.x still having strong numbers still coming in at just under 40% of users.

This proves that Android version fragmentation is still a major issue for Google as consumers as well as businesses prefer to stick to what they know and what works, rather than keep up with the latest OS updates.

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