Version 8, "Oreo", also finally registers, with an almost 5% share, but of course its successor is already in the starting blocks...
What's new to Android Studio 3.1? Changes include improved support for database coding and a C++ performance profiler for troubleshooting performance bottlenecks in application code.
One to note, albeit to be filed away under the category of 'Marketing': Google is rebranding its Android-based wearables platform. So it's goodbye Android Wear...
Google releases the latest platform stats for Android, giving a break down on the share for the various versions of Android out in the wild, for February 2018.
An interesting comment piece posits that Google is moving towards a post-Operating System world, and AI is the key agent of change.
I've been keeping an eye on Android Things - Google's Android-friendly approach to IoT - and apparently it's finding its way on to the floors of CES 2018, and AI is involved.
Google unifies the different ways to pay with Google, for example Android Pay or Google Wallet, into a single system called Google Pay.
Google has released the latest platform stats for Android, giving a break down on the share for the various versions of Android out in the wild in December.
Could this be the last preview release before Android Things officially emerges into the wider IoT and Android world?
Is it possible to discern trends the have begun shaping the world of app design and will continue into 2018?