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Android Next Version Named After Indian Sweet

During his India visit last year, Google CEO Sundar Pichai had joked that Android Next Version Named After Indian Sweet and would suggest holding an online poll to name the next version of the OS, so that Indians could vote for a local dessert. As Each of the last 11 versions of Android OS, from Cupcake to Marshmallow, follow an alphabetical order, and are named after desserts.

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Android Next Version Named After Indian Sweet

Android is the most popular operating system in India, and Neyyppam, a deep-fried dessert made of rice and jaggery, has emerged as an unlikely front-runner in the culturally and culinarily diverse country. While Neyyappam’s name may be a tongue twister for most employees of Google, its origins lie in Kerala, neighbour to Pichai’s home state Tamil Nadu.

The #AndroidNeyyappam campaign was started by three techies from Bengaluru, who have launched a website and created a logo with the dessert. It has quickly gathered steam, with numerous Indians from Kerala campaigning for Android Neyyappam on social media.

There are also several Twitter handles to promote the name, with the official handle of the Kerala tourism board also urging people to vote for it.

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Android Next Version Named After Indian Sweet

So its going to name Neyyappam for upcomming androi version, and its upgrades and new features of Neyyappam operating system not yet reaveled. So its a good news for india by now the world is going to know about indian foods and iam damn sure every one in world is likely to eat Neyyappam. So tourism is going to increase in gods own ountry kerala. A big market is going to happen for Neyyappam manufactures too.

The #AndroidNeyyappam campaign was started by three techies from Bengaluru, who have launched a website and created a logo with the dessert. It has quickly gathered steam, with numerous Indians from Kerala campaigning for Neyyappam on social media.