Android distribution chart shows KitKat’s growth, while others continue to shrink

BY Evan Selleck

Published 7 Jul 2014

Android distribution chart, July 2014

It’s been a long weekend in the States, and Google has decided to reveal the new Android distribution chart to take a snapshot of where the Android platform stands now. As usual, the data is taken from a 7-day period, and in this particular case the stretch ended on July 7.

The chart doesn’t reveal anything that’s truly mind boggling by any means, considering we’ve been watching Android 4.4 KitKat slowly grow ever since its initial release. It did jump up nicely, though, from 13.6 percent in the month of June, up to a healthy 17.9 percent for July. Perhaps the big news is the drop, though.

The fall of Android 4.1-4.3 Jelly Bean, which saw quite the slide from month-to-month. Back in June, Jelly Bean was at 58.4 percent, while it’s now sitting at 56.5%. And if you were curious about Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, well, you’ll be happy to know it’s at 11.4 percent.

You can check out the full distribution chart through the source link below. Which version of Android are you running on your daily driver these days?

[via Android Developers]