Google has made its monthly update to the developer dashboard with new platform distribution numbers, and KitKat is on a roll (finally). After making up only 2.5% of active Android devices last month, it’s now at 5.3%. Yes, it more than doubled. Those continued Samsung updates probably have a lot to do with the jump.
Jelly Bean collectively still makes up the majority of Android devices at 61.4%, but that’s a slight decline from last month’s 62% share.
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Android Platform Distribution Numbers Updated – KitKat More Than Doubles To 5.3%, Gingerbread Continues Its Slow Decline was written by the awesome team at Android Police.