Android 13 is progressing fast but is still far from dominating

Android 13

Google recently shared some interesting statistics related to their operating systems in preparation for the launch of Android 14. In particular, it is worth noting the progress that Android 13 has made in the past few months. As well as the current standing of Android 11 and Android 12 in the market.

Take a look at the distribution of Android versions

Back in January of this year, Android 13 had a market share of only 5%. However, five months later, it has since more than doubled to a 12.1% market share. This is a promising sign for the latest version of Google’s operating system. Although there is still a long way to go to surpass Android 11’s market dominance.

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Speaking of Android 11, it still holds the top spot with a 23.5% market share in April 2023, albeit slightly lower than the 25% it held in January. Meanwhile, Android 12 remains in second place with a market share of 16.5%, down from 18.9% earlier this year.

It is worth noting that the slow adoption rate of the latest version of Android can be attributed to the fact that many devices launched prior to August 2022 are still not eligible for the update. However, the steady growth of Android 13 suggests that more and more users are making the switch to the latest version of the OS.

In conclusion, Google’s latest statistics show that the Android operating system continues to evolve and gain ground in the market. Android 13 has made some impressive gains in the past few months. But there is still much work to be done before it can overtake Android 11 as the most widely used version of the OS. Regardless, these statistics should give Android fans something to be excited about as we look forward to the launch of Android 14. The upcoming operating system will launch later next month in the traditional Google I/O event.

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