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Google Is Deserting The Desserts And Calling Android Q Just Android 10


Google is no longer in naming its Android versions after desserts and with the launch of a major Android flavour, we get a sweet themed name to go with the adaptation number. We’re as of now getting a charge out of Android Pie (9.0), which took over from Android Oreo (8.0, etc ideal back to Android Cupcake (1.5). In any case, for Android Q there is no delectable treat naming show any longer, it will basically be known as Android 10.

One of the reasons for this change by Google is to drop the use of pastries/desserts in sequential order request to speak to each new form. The criticism demonstrated these names could be mistaking for Android’s worldwide network. It is said that some languages don’t easily distinguish between the letters L and R and so you can see where the confusion can easily be created. Take the Android 5.0 or Lollipop for example. In light of that, Android Q will be known as Android 10 when it comes to cell phones, that’s it.

For example, L and R are not distinguishable when spoken in some languages. So when some people heard us say Android Lollipop out loud, it wasn’t intuitively clear that it referred to the version after KitKat. It’s even harder for new Android users, who are unfamiliar with the naming convention, to understand if their phone is running the latest version. We also know that pies are not a dessert in some places, and that marshmallows, while delicious, are not a popular treat in many parts of the world. 

The logo is likewise changing to receive a progressively current and as easily accessible look. The robot has been included in light of the fact that Google sees it as “a symbol of the fun and curiosity at the heart of Android.” The lettering has additionally been changed from green to dark as users with visual disabilities found the green hard to read. Other colouring considerations have been taken into account with the ultimate aim of making Android 10 more accessible to all users.

The Android Q (now just Android 10) beta was released back in May and earlier this month, the final version was released which means we are close to an official release date.

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