Android 9.0 Pie is missing from Google’s October distribution number

Android Orio is now the second most used version of the OS with over 21 percent distribution because Android Nougat tops the list with 28.2 percent distribution.

Google has released the Android distribution numbers for October, and data shows that the latest version of Android, Android 9, failed to cut the October distribution numbers. Google states that no version with a distribution of less than 0.1 percent is shown on the pie chart, which reflects the distribution of different Android OS versions. This means that Android 9.0 Pie is still running on less than 0.1 percent of devices, almost three months after the stable launch.

Google said the numbers were compiled from Android devices that had access to the Play Store for a seven-day period ending October 26. According to these numbers, Oreo has now jumped to 8.0 on the second-most installed Android OS and 14. 13.1 percent to 5.8 percent and 7.5 percent to 8.1 percent, which adds up to 21.5 percent, excluding marshmallows installed on 21.3 percent devices.

Android Nougat, still the top OS release on most smartphones, dropped slightly from 29.3 percent to 28.1 percent. Lollipop 17.9 percent, KitKat 7.6 percent and Jelly Bean 3 percent. Ice cream sandwiches 0.3 percent and gingerbread 0.2 percent. Google released Android 9.0 Pi in August, and in its August Android distribution numbers it stated that Android 9 Pi runs on less than 0.1 percent of devices. Google launched the first Android Pie at Google I / O this year.

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