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Android KitKat features on only 1.8% of devices

It has been three months since Google launched KitKat, yet it is installed on less than two per cent of all active Android devices worldwide.

New data released by Google shows that KitKat is installed on 1.8 per cent of all Android phones or tablets that log in to the Google Play store.

Jelly Bean is still the most popular Android OS with 60.7 per cent, followed by Gingerbread with 20 per cent and Ice Cream Sandwich taking 16.1 per cent.

With KitKat’s rollout mainly coming to Nexus and Motorola products, it seems many third parties have held back on finalising upgrade plans.

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