Google is touting their new Marshmallow operating system as the cleanest and more refined version of Android. However, due to the ecosystem of Google's mobile OS, the company has announced a slim 0.3% of devices are currently running this new version after a full month since its release.
While this is a notably small number, it is even more dramatic when compared to Apple's recent release of iOS 9 which scored a 66% adoption rate just 47 days after being released.
Google has always had an adoption problem with new versions due to the sheer number of incompatible devices still actively being used as well as the extended flexibility of previous releases in comparison to the more constrained nature of iOS.
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