After skipping July, Google updated the distribution of Android updates now for the month of August to see how it has changed the thing regard the month of June, with what changes we’ll see then will be here two months and not a month to those who would have us accustomed.
With data collected over a period of seven days, ending yesterday August 3, we see that Lollipop close of serving 10 months on the market still is not installed or to one-fifth of the devices. Stays in the 18,1% (formerly 12.4%) devices. In particular Android 5.0 with the 15.5% (formerly 11.6%) and Android 5.1 at 2.6% (formerly 0.8%).
Data from this month there is a surprise, and it is that after many months declined during July and August Android 4.4 has grown, from 39.2% to the current 39,3%.
Other versions are still fortunately losing presence on the market, above all versions Jelly Bean, in its three versions move from 37.4% to the 33,6%, lost 3.8 points in two months. In particular, Android 4.1 stays in 13% (formerly 14.75%), Android 4.2 on the 15.9% (formerly 17.5%) and Android 4.3 4.7% (formerly 5.2%).
Then see what Android 4.0 to 4.1% (formerly 5.1%), Android 2.3 Gingerbread to 4.6% (5.6% previously) and Android 2.2 Froyo is maintained in 0.3% of devices.