Google has released this month's Android platform distribution numbers, revealing that Lollipop - which is the latest iteration of its mobile operating system - is now powering 18.1% of all active Android devices worldwide. That is up from 12.4% in June, when the numbers were last reported.
Leading the pack, however, is KitKat, which is currently installed on 39.3% of the devices, marginally up from the 39.2% figure that was reported in month of June. Jelly Bean's share, on the other hand, has fallen significantly, with 33.6% Android devices currently running it, down from 37.4% reported the last time.
Other Android versions, including Ice Cream Sandwich, Gingerbread, and Froyo are currently powering 4.1%, 4.6%, and 0.3% of all active Android devices, respectively.
Mostly google should thank motorola as they are very fast wid updates
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