Android Nougat was first pushed to Android Nexus devices earlier this week. iOS 10, currently in public beta, is expected to launch on the new iPhone 7 in September. Every major release of Android and iOS causes a spike in performance issues such as crashes. Mobile teams should be actively updating apps so they work correctly on the operating systems. In addition, Apple and Google tend to feature apps that take advantage of new features in the latest platform updates.

I’m happy to announce we have two new dashboards for tracking iOS 10 adoption and Android 7.0 Nougat adoption. You can find the links below:

Android Dashboard Screenshot:

android os usage dashboard

We were able to display the Android Nougat data starting from August 22nd, the very first day Google started pushing the update to compatible Nexus devices. Pay attention to this dashboard to track the uptick in the new OS, and to look for interesting trends. For example, it looks like we’re less than a week away from Android Marshmallow overtaking Android Lollipop as the most popular Android operating system (measured by usage).

We also have two other dashboards to help you track crash rate by different versions of iOS and Android over time:

This embedded crash graph updates daily:

you can embed this on your own site! Use the following code:
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Notice that both Android Nougat and iOS 10 are already experiencing very high crash rates as developers work to update their apps. We’ll continue to publish additional posts on how to get your app ready. In the meantime, you can sign up (for free) for Apteligent to make sure your apps are ready for the updates!