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Google of course provides their snapshot of the current API situation. I'm curious to know if there is somewhere published a line graph showing the distributions and their change over time.

  • hm there is a better graph in the Google I/O android videos, I would like to find it. It shows the snapshots pies as larger and larger pies over time as the # of android devices increased. – CQM Jan 13 '14 at 21:26
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Here is a site that automatically updates to the latest data from the android.com Dashboard, and which has three graphs showing different aspects of it.

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There is this graph from over at wikipedia, which uses the data from Google's dashboard.

Graph of android versons

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    This graph, while being nice, is much less up to date than the one found using @Hendrik's answer. – Benoit Duffez Jan 12 '16 at 8:48
  • @BenoitDuffez - It was up to date at the time I made this answer (and for almost another year past then), thought it seems that the creator of this graph is no longer maintaining it. – Compro01 Jan 12 '16 at 23:07
  • @Compro01 oh! the relentless march of progress – psoft Feb 2 '16 at 20:39

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