Android Nougat Now The Most Used Android Version, While Android Oreo Finally Claims 1 Percent
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Android Nougat, released in August 2016, is finally the most used version of the mobile operating system. However, the latest build, Android Oreo, is just at over 1 percent, revealing the severity of Google's infamous Android fragmentation problem.


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