Android 9.0 Pie has been adopted faster than ever
By Sophia Windsor 2019-06-05 269 0
Android distribution figures are offered by Google every month to allow us curious people to know where the different versions of the OS stand. Or at least, they were: we haven't had the right to do so for some time now.
Some thought it was a way for the developer to hide an ever slower deployment. This is not the case in the end: it is a simple bug that will have blocked the usual machine. So here we are with the latest figures as of May 7, 2019.
Android 9 Pie is on 10.4% of devices
It's hard to compare after so much absence, but Google is pleased with one thing: the Android 9.0 Pie version, the latest available, has reached 10.4% distribution as of today. Even more: this version has reached this major figure faster than any other in the past. This can be attributed to Treble, which has made a significant contribution to accelerating deployment.
However, it is not the most represented, of course. This honour belongs to Android 8 Oreo, which with its two versions reaches 28.3% of the devices. It is the only version to have improved since the last published figures. The third version is none other than Android 7 Nougat, at 19.2%.
The bug is fixed, but don't expect to find these figures every month. Google made it clear that these updates would now be less frequent.
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