The latest Android userbase details from Google reveal the Android landscape is still incredibly fragmented. Android 6.0 "Marshmallow" has been on the market since October 2015, yet it's marketshare is barely 10.1 percent as most phones and tablets can't be easily upgraded to the latest version of the Android operating system.
The previous Android version, Lollipop, went down slightly from 35.6% in May to 35.4%, but it is still the version of Android with the most installs.
KitKat went down from 32.5% in May to 31.6% in June. Jelly Bean went down from 20.1% 18.9% in the same period, while Ice Cream Sandwich dropped from 2.0% to 1.9%. Gingerbread went down from 2.2% to 2.0% and Froyo is around on just 0.1% of all Android devices.
Hopefully, new initiatives from Google like the Hall of Shame will help turn the tide.