Lollipop crossed 20% mark in the Google’s Android distribution chart last month, which shows that in the beginning of September about 21% of the active users ran one of the two versions of Lollipop. Now, after one month the Lollipop is climbing even more high. Google has just published the chart for the beginning of October where it reveals that 23.5% of the active android devices now run Lollipop software.
On the other hand, Kitkat has come down slightly to 38.9% from 39.2% of last month. The three iteration of Jelly Bean now have 30.2% market share, down from 31.8%. Ice Cream Sandwich falls to 3.4% from 3.7% and Gingerbread goes to 3.8% from 4.1%. Froyo is still stuck at 0.2% of installs just as it was in the September.