More than five months have passed since the release of the mobile operating system Android 13, but it is installed on only 5.2% of Android devices, as evidenced by official Google statistics.
According to 9to5google.com, Google used to inform developers every month about the distribution of different versions of Android, but in recent years such reports are published irregularly.
The last time such data was published was in August 2022, just before the actual release of Android 13. Google published analytics for the first time in 2023, which clearly shows the current distribution of different Android versions.
The published data shows that only 5.2% of Android devices are currently running Android 13. The share of Android 12 and Android 12L is 18.9%, up from 13.5% in August 2022. The most popular is Android 11 with a share of 24.4%.
Meanwhile, the share of Android 8.0 Oreo dropped from 10% to 9.5% for the first time. The oldest version of Android in Google's statistics is Android 4.4 KitKat, whose share has dropped from 0.9% to 0.7% since August 2022. Earlier, the oldest version in the report was Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, but now it has not been included in Google's 2023 stats.
As of 2022, the distribution of Apple iOS operating system versions is as follows: according to gs.statcounter.com, iOS 16.1 has the largest share with 40.4%, followed by iOS 15.6 with 14.77%, then iOS 16.0 with 13.39% and iOS 15.7 in fourth place with 6.39%. The least popular versions are iOS 16.2 – the most recent version – and iOS 15.5 with 4.43% and 3.49%, respectively.