Google To Introduce Android Oreo For Smartwatches Through Android Wear Beta Programme

Android Oreo hits 0.2% adoption after 1 month

Despite that slip, Marshmallow is still the most-used version of Android. However, the new version of Android has already made it in Google's Android distribution chart for the month of October.

The latest statistics on the Android Developers website show Android Oreo's presence in the pie chart, although accounting for a mere 0.2 percent. Google's Pixel and Nexus devices are also running Oreo. And, sticking to its monthly routine, Google has now shared Android distribution numbers for this month. However, the numbers should rise by end of the year as many smartphone brands like Samsung, Nokia, Sony and Motorola amongst others have promised Oreo updates for their smartphones.

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Sharing the latest distribution data of different versions of Android, Google reported that Marshmallow has a total share of 32 percent of Android devices that check into Google Play, which is a fall of just 0.2 percent from the last month's number that stood at 32.2 percent. As expected, the Android Nougat-based devices logging into the store are slowly rising. While Android Nougat 7.0.0 is on 15.8 per cent devices, around 2 per cent users are on Android Nougat 7.1. Lollipop follows second (27.7%) but is also continuing to dip. Android Jelly Bean acquires a combined share of 6.6 percent while Ice Cream Sandwich has 0.6 percent share. Android KitKat is now on 14.5 per cent of active devices, seeing a small drop from the previous month. While you won't see many drastic changes, this Android Wear beta does include support for Notification Channels, as well as increased restrictions on background services. That is still three times lesser than the ancient Android Gingerbread, which is still active on 0.6 percent of Android devices.