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Android L is far too young and innocent to show up in Google’s Android stats

08
Jul
2014

Google has published new Android distribution stats on its developers portal, the first numbers shared by the company following the Android L Developer Preview release, but the company did not include any Android L numbers in the new chart. That’s hardly surprising though, not only because Android L is not commercially available at this point, but also because the Developer Preview was released in the last week of June, with only two devices being officially supported so far. According to data collected during a 7-day period ending on July 7, 2014, KitKat adoption is still growing steadily, although growth is slower than in the previous period. KitKat now runs on 17.9% of Android devices that connect to the Google Play

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