Android Marshmallow is currently at about 10% adoption, says new report

Android Marshmallow is currently at 10.1% adoption rate, according to the latest statistics gathered from active devices visiting the Google Play app, which only supports Android 2.2 and above.

The Google Play distribution data, made available by Google, reveals the share of various Android versions running on active devices. The data was collected during the seven-day period ending June 6, and it shows that Android 6.0 Marshmallow now runs on 10.1 percent of active devices, a 2.6 percent increase over the May figure of 7.5 percent.

Although it has been about 8 months since its release, Android 6.0 Marshmallow has been slow to gain adoption, and whether it’s due to the low number of new devices being released with the latest OS version, or few OS updates from Android OEMs, it is hard to say.

The June Android version distribution data shows that Android Lollipop has a total share of 35.4 percent of active Android devices (with Android 5.0 Lollipop running on 15.4 percent of devices and Android 5.1 Lollipop on 20 percent) that check into Google Play.

KitKat continues to drop, now registering at 31.6 percent of active devices, down from 32.5 percent last month. Jelly Bean on the other hand as a total share of 18.9 percent, dropping down from 20.1 percent. Android 4.1.x was seen running on 6.8 percent devices (down from 7.2 percent), while Android 4.2.x was seen on 9.4 percent (down from 10 percent), and Android 4.3 on 2.7 percent devices (down from 2.9 percent).

Ice Cream Sandwich (or Android v4.0) was seen on 1.9 percent of devices, down from 2 percent last month. Android Gingerbread (v2.3.3-2.3.7) was at 2.0 percent, down from 2.2 percent, while Android 2.2 Froyo remained at 0.1 percent.

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