99 PERCENT of Android device owners still haven't received an update to Nougat despite it having debuted on the Google Pixel six months ago.
That's according to, er, Google, which has put out its latest platform adoption stats. These are based on all devices used to access the Google Play store in the seven-day period leading up to February 6.
These numbers, posted up on the firm's developer portal, reveal that Android 7.0 is installed on 0.9 per cent of active devices, while the newer 7.1 release has made its way onto just 0.3 per cent.
This is pretty piss poor, but marks a 0.5 per cent increase from January, likely thanks to firms such as LG and Samsung kicking off their Nougat update rollouts.
More updates are planned this month from the likes of Huawei and Sony, and Mobile World Congress is just around the corner, so it's likely Nougat's adoption figure will start to increase over the next few months. Maybe.
Elsewhere, Lollipop remains the most popular Android version with 32.9 percent of devices claimed, while Marshmallow is not far behind on 30.7 percent. KitKat is next with 21.9 percent and Jelly Bean remains installed on 11.3 percent of Android devices.
Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean, bless ‘em, are still both installed on one per cent of devices, respectively.
In contrast, Apple last month confirmed that iOS 10, which was first rolled out in mid-September, is already installed on 76 per cent of all active iPhones and iPads. µ
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