Android distribution for July shows KitKat coming up on 20%


When the Android distribution numbers are published each month, a great debate begins. Many point out the fragmentation (that does still exist) while others defend what Android is all about and how Google is fixing its problem. But as of late, the numbers keep getting better and better for Android. In fact, KitKat is approaching 20% after sitting below 15% last month. And everything behind KitKat has actually seen a decline. This includes Jelly Bean, Ice Cream Sandwich, Gingerbread, and Froyo.

So let the hate roll in, even if Android is improving more and more each month. Let us know in the comments what you think about Android’s distribution for July.

Source: Android Developers

  • JPB

    Verizon pushing out the 4.4 update for the Galaxy S3, I’m sure, had a lot to do with this.

  • Tubsy

    3 words: Google Play Services.

  • Kenny Strawn

    The fact that KitKat’s market share 9 months after its release is only at 20%, however, is precisely Android’s number 2 problem.

    So, wait, what’s the number 1 problem? Oh, I know: Android devices Tivoized with locked bootloaders by carriers…