Newer Android versions still roll out very slowly

In the past, Google used to be very good at providing distribution numbers for Android. We’ll see a pie graph with a breakdown of parts of each OS version of Pie. For us, it was a great way to see how well new versions of Android are being received Thanks to the statistics calculated by OptdownWe’ve seen an update on how things are going for Android versions

First, a note about Optdown For those who do not know. It is a third party Android App Store with over 130 million active monthly users worldwide. The following information has been collected from these users, so shout out to those users. With that way out, let’s dive into the information.

The most used Android version

In Optdown Users Android 11 Pi topped the list with 29.5%. It is closely followed by Android 10 with 25.2%. If you look for the latest version of Android, which is Android 12, it is currently only 2.6% of users on the device. Heck, even Oreo and Android 12 are sitting on top. Disappointing but not surprising. It’s always the story of Android.

Device maker and browser

Optdown It also provides users with information about device manufacturers and most used browsers. As shown, we are gaining strength with over 31% of South Korea’s Samsung market, followed by China’s Xiaomi, Huawei, Oppo and Vivo. Again, this is not surprising, since most users of the service are probably located outside the United States.

The browsers used are also detailed. According to data, Chrome Fire is the most used browser with 83% pi. Since then Samsung’s stock browser has followed with only 5%. This is exactly where the pure dominance, which in fact Droid Life can run a poll among our own readers.

If there is a takeaway from this data, it is that Android OS adoption is still extremely slow. It’s an uncomfortable one, but we’re definitely used to it now.

// Optdown

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