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Google data shows that less than 2% of Android users have migrated to KitKat

06
Feb
2014

The latest Android update has been gradually rolling out to the biggest smartphones on the market over the past several months, but it doesn’t appear to have made much of an impact yet. Google reports on its Android Developer site that KitKat has only been distributed to 1.8% of Android phones so far. Jelly Bean is still the version of choice for Android users, with an astonishing 60.7% of the user base. Google determined the share of each version of Android by taking a snapshot from the data of every device that visited the Google Play Store in the seven days leading up to  February 4th. Devices running any versions of Android below 2.2 were not included in the results.

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