Even though it’s been less than a month since Google last posted its Android distribution numbers, it looks like we’re already seeing new numbers coming in for June 2015. The biggest change we’re seeing this time around is that Android 5.0 and 5.1 Lollipop have now made their way to 12.4 percent of all Android devices, up from the 9.7 percent marketshare we saw last month. Although it’s not a big 4 percent increase like we saw from April to May, Lollipop is still steadily climbing to the top of the charts.
Android 4.4 KitKat is still the most common build available today, currently running on 39.2 percent of all devices. These numbers are only down a mere .6 percent from last month. Jelly Bean hasn’t seen a massive decline either, coming in at 37.4 percent of all devices, a decline of just 1.8 percent from May. Ice Cream Sandwich is installed on 5.1 percent of devices, down .2 percent from last month. Gingerbread still has a higher install rate than ICS with 5.6 percent, just .1 percent down from last month’s numbers. And yes, Android 2.2 Froyo is still installed on .3 percent of all Android devices.
Since last month, we’ve seen a handful of devices receive the update to Android 5.0 Lollipop including the Motorola Moto G (1st Gen.), the Verizon HTC One M7, the Sprint Galaxy S4, and the AT&T Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5. Are you still stuck on an older version of Android? If so, what device are you using? Let us know in the comment section below!