Google has released its latest Android distribution figures, and Android 4.4 Kit Kat is now on more than 20 percent of all Android devices, with a distribution share of 20.9 percent.
Next up is Android Jelly Bean which still has the highest distribution figures with a total share of Android distribution of 54.2 percent.
Android Ice Cream Sandwich is on just 10.6 percent of Android devices and Android Gingerbread is on 13.6 percent, whilst Froyo is on just 0.7 percent of all Android devices.
The latest figures that have been released cover the period up to the 12th of August 2014, any older versions of Android, which is less than 0.1% are not shown in the latest figures.
Android 4.4 KitKat is designed to work on a wide range of devices, which includes devices with lower end specifications as well as the high end ones and also older devices.
The KitKat distribution has increased by around 3 percent since the last figures were revealed by Google back in July, and it still seems that some manufacturers are taking their time getting Android KitKat updates out to devices.
Google also have a new Android version on the way, Android 5.0 L, as yet we do not have a specific release date, although we know it will be launching some time this fall and we have already heard some details about the first Android L devices.
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