iOS 9 and Android 6.0 are both 6 months old… let’s see how adoption compares
Android 6 (Marshmallow) adoption at 4.6% of Android devices vs. iOS 9 adoption at 79% of iOS devices. I guess Android devices need the same nagging badge at the Play Store icon that tells them to update.
Google’s latest publicly available version of the Android mobile platform, Android 6.0, was first released on October 5th, 2015. Apple’s iOS 9 was released to the general public 19 days earlier on September 16th. Both operating systems are now more than six months old, and they both offer smartphone and tablet users a wide range of cutting-edge features as well as crucial security enhancements.
Can you guess how end-user adoption of these two leading mobile operating systems compares after six months?
We always seem to come back to this issue, but there’s a good reason for that. While Google’s distribution model for Android is a fantastic strategy for getting its apps, services and ads into as many people’s hands as possible, it turned out to be a terrible one for ensuring that people have access to the latest and greatest features Android has to…
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