The Android distribution numbers for the new year are in, and Marshmallow is slowly growing. It’s still under 1% of all devices that checked into Google services because most manufacturers are being slow about the update. Nexus users are in the minority, as are Moto X users and the few other devices that have the pleasure of ... Read More »
The Android Developers site posts monthly distribution numbers to let devs know what version of Android people using Google Services are running. It’s both educational and depressing! So many people on ancient operating systems, though the numbers grow smaller each month.
This month, Marshmallow saw a rise to 0.5%, which is a tiny userbase but ... Read More »
For those that like to keep tabs on Android’s distribution, the Android Developers blog is more than happy to oblige by offering regular updates on that front. To help encapsulate the trend of Lollipop’s adoption, Google’s latest distribution numbers show Android 5.0 and 5.1′s steady growth.
The latest results show devices that checked into the ... Read More »
For those keeping track, Google actually skipped the month of July when it comes to showcasing the latest Android distribution numbers, but it’s back again this month to show that Android Lollipop has not stalled in its adoption.
For August 2015, of which closes out Google’s 7-day recording period that ended on August 3 of ... Read More »
In mid-April, Huawei officially announced the P8 and P8max, but also did more than hint that neither one of the devices would be made available in the United States anytime soon. Soon after, rumors of a “light” version of either one of those handsets began to swirl, and now Huawei has made the U.S.-based ... Read More »
Every month, Google updates those interested in the state of Android, showcasing just how much of the market is taken up by each version of the mobile platform. For the period ending June 1, Google showcases yet another month where the company’s latest public release, Lollipop, continues to grow.
Digital brands are desperately looking for a way to ground themselves in reality, and traditional brands are desperately looking for a way to seem connected and forward thinking. This is apparently what it looks like when those two things come together.
Typically when we talk about the Amazon Fire phone, it’s because Amazon has slashed the handset’s price in an attempt to get more folks to spring for its not-totally-well-received phone. That’s not the case today, though.