Android Oreo is slowly but surely gaining ground on past iterations of Android, the latest distribution numbers from Google reveal.
The newest major dessert version of the operating system bumped up to 0.7 percent of the overall Android ecosystem compared with 0.5 percent in December. The January chart also marks the first time Android 8.1 made it on the board, coming in with 0.2 percent.
While it’s a gain on last month, the percentage is still very low considering Android 8.0 was first made available through factory images in August 2017.
Meanwhile, Android 6.0 Marshmallow remains the most heavily represented operating system version, claiming 28.6 percent of Android users. Nougat 7.x follows behind with 26.3 percent of Android users and Lollipop 5.x comes in third with 25.1 percent.
The data was gathered over a seven-day period ending January 8th, 2018. For last month’s numbers, check here.
Source: Android Developers