Google(s goog) introduced Android 4.4 KitKat back in October and between than and now, the platform has seen several updates. The latest is Android 4.4.3, which Google released this week. The upgrade was available first for Google Nexus devices, which is standard practices and Motorola quickly released it for its Moto X, G and E phones.
Motorola’s efforts to distribute Android software updates is also become a standard practice; something that could help the handset maker continue to grow its sales. How much better is Motorola doing than the competition? In North America, it’s pretty noticeable, based on a report from Chitika this week. The ad network routinely scours data from the hundreds of millions of impressions it sees from its ads. In the U.S. and Canada, the percentage of Motorola devices running any version of KitKat comes second only to Google’s own devices based on web usage:
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