Android Marshmallow comes already on the market eight months and after all this time, we see how now the most recent version of the system operational exceeds the border of 10% of market share.
As we can see with the current distribution of versions that Google has just published data yesterday June 6 we see that one of every ten Android devices that are on the market are updated a Marshmallow, in particular the 10,1% (in May was 7.5%). Its growth is still slower than Lollipop, that reached the market a month later and at this time it was already present in 12.4%.
As Android Marshmallow not take run seems to cost will exceed the 20% quota on its first anniversary next month of September, the month that the official release is also expected of Android N. That Yes, Android Marshmallow is the version that more penetration is taking in you market, something logical considering that it is the latest.
The other version that wins market share of May to June is 5.1 Android Lollipop, which passes from 19,4% to the 20,0%. Other versions are still losing presence on the market. Android 5.0 Lollipop low at 15.4% (formerly 16.2%), Android 4.4 Kitkat falls to 31.6% (formerly 32.5%), Android 4.1-4-3 Jelly Bean down to 18.9% (20.1% before) Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich down to 1.9% (formerly 2,0%), Android 2.3 Ginbread falls to 2% (before 2.2%) and Android 2.2 Froyo is maintained at 0.1%.
The three most commonly used versions of Android are Lollipop (35.4%), KitKat (31.6%) and Jelly Bean (18.9%). Marshmallow (10.1%) will have to settle for being the fourth most widely used version.