Android 13 is now installed on almost 15% of all devices around the globe while Android 11 remains the most used version, according to the latest Android Studio data reported by 9to5Google.
Google regularly updates its data on the Android Studio, its official integrated development environment (IDE) for the Android ecosystem, to inform developers about the percentage of devices that use specific Android versions.
According to the latest data, as of June 2023, Android 11 (Red Velvet Cake) is now installed on 23.1% of all devices. While that’s slightly below the April data (23.5%), Android 11 continues to be the most used version in the world.
On the other hand, Android 13 (Tiramisu), which was released to the public last September, is now installed on 14.7% of devices, up from 12.1% in April.
Meanwhile, during the same period, Android 12 (Snow Cone) adoption declined from 16.5% to 16.3%, and Android 10 (Q) adoption decreased from 18.5% to 17.8%.
Surprisingly, the only version that experienced an upward trend other than Android 13 is Android 8 (Oreo), of which the adoption rate increased from 6.7% in April to 8.3% in June.
The news comes nearly two months after Google released the first public data of Android 14, its newest operating system that is expected to arrive later this year.
Meanwhile, Apple also revealed last week that iOS 16 is now installed on 81% of all devices. The tech giant’s 2023 WWDC event is kicking off today, keep following our mobile marketing news to catch up with the latest developments in the industry.