The latest data from Google reveals that Android 13 has been installed on 15% of active devices worldwide, while Android 11 remains the most prevalent version among active devices.
Android Studio reports tell you what percentage of devices are running a specific version of Android or later, according to 9to5Google. This is useful for determining which apps your device supports based on the lowest supported Android version.
Data from Android Studio for April 2023 and June 2023 shows that Android 13 saw another period of growth, growing from 12.1% in April to 14.7% in June, meaning Android 13 is now installed on around 15% of active devices worldwide. However, Android 11 is still the most used version, with 23.1 percent of active devices worldwide installed.
However, according to the report, Android 12, 11 and 10 have dropped slightly.
The only other Android version to grow between April and June is Android Oreo, which rose from 6.7% to 8.3% (although that’s down from 9.5% in January).
Meanwhile, Google released the first public beta version of Android 14, with new features focused on system navigation, privacy, performance, and user customization for both developers and early adopters.
Among the features, the new back arrow inside gesture navigation has been updated to improve the understanding and usefulness of back gestures when interacting with your app.