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So, Android Pie has been around for a bit more than a month now and it hasn't been logged into the latest distribution report.
The latest Android distribution chart looks just as bad as the one from last month, with Nougat in the lead, Marshmallow in second place, and Oreo at only 5.7 percent.
Google forgot to revise the Android distribution chart last month, now reporting some massive growth for Oreo compared to February numbers.
The December 2017 Android distribution numbers are in, and version 8.0 Oreo still can't rival the prevalence of Marshmallow, Lollipop, KitKat or Jelly Bean.
It's the classic good news/bad news scenario - Apple's Face ID troubles are reportedly almost over, but iPhone X production remains clogged.
The newest Android distribution chart is the first to include 8.0 Oreo, at just 0.2 percent share, with Nougat gaining 2 percent over the past 30 days.
With Oreo not in yet, Nougat continues to trail Marshmallow and Lollipop's Android distribution scores, at least making the podium for the first time.
The latest Android distribution numbers are in, and of course, Nougat still trails behind new pack leader Marshmallow and silver medalist Lollipop.
We may finally see Nougat break into double-digit Android distribution territory...next month. For now, 7.0 and 7.1's combined share is 7.1 percent.
This month in Android distribution news: Nougat continues its slow rise to Jelly Bean-beating numbers, while Lollipop is still number one.
2.8 percent is still a small piece of the pie for 7.0 and 7.1 Nougat, but at least it's much bigger than 1.2 percent in previous Android distribution data.
The Android distribution chart for February 2017 includes month-to-month Marshmallow growth, Lollipop prevalence, and Nougat disappointment.
Android 5.0 remains the most used version of Google's mobile platform as measured by the company. Android Nougat may soon make big steps.
In the mobile sector of Windows world, a phone with just days of sales in its belt is notching up more usage than a months-old phone.
Marshmallow continues to grow, but at a slower pace when compared to Android Lollipop's launch window. When will Nougat make its way to 0.1%?