Fewer than 0.1 percent of Android users have upgraded to Lollipop

The fact that Android suffers a fragmentation problem is well known, but with Android 5.0 Lollipop finally rolling out around the world, how much of a stabilizing impact is it having on the Android ecosytem?

None whatsoever, according to Google’s latest stats — which indicate that fewer than 0.1 percent of Google Play users are currently upgraded to Android’s latest mobile OS.

Android 4.4 KitKat, by comparison, takes the biggest slice of the pie, with 30.2 percent of users. Following this are the users on some version of Jelly Bean, those using Ice Cream Sandwich (8.5 percent), those on Gingerbread (9.8 percent), and those on Froyo (0.6 percent).

While it’s tough to compare the tough platforms for a variety of reasons, iOS 8 adoption recently passed the 60 percent mark.

Check out Google’s chart below:

Photo: Android

Photo: Android

Via: Engadget