It looks like Android KitKat is slowly but surely making its way into more handsets. Google recently released the Android distribution report for the month of November 2014, and it shows KitKat is on one of every three devices (33.9%).



KitKat devices has increased from October’s 30.2% to 33.9% in November. While Jellybean still accounts for 47.7% of devices, the increase enjoyed by the KitKat was mostly at the expense of this OS. According to the chart, there are still some phones running Gingerbread and Ice Cream Sandwich out there.

I’m glad to see more devices enjoying the benefits of Android 4.4 KitKat. The difference in design and performance from Jelly Bean (or older OS’s) are huge. Meanwhile, Android 5.0 Lollipop is nowhere to be seen as its available in only select devices.

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