No, it’s not Nutella.
Google has finally announced the official name of the latest version of its Android mobile software, codenamed Android N: “Nougat.”
Yes, the next version of sugary snack-themed Android and the successor to Android Marshmallow will now be known as Android Nougat, the company revealed on Snapchat and Twitter.
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The announcement comes days after Google set up
Downloading an app is a real pain sometimes when you don’t want to install the complete app on your smartphone just for booking a movie ticket, or buying something online. Isn’t that?
Now, Imagine the world where you can use any Android app without actually the need to download or even install it on your smartphone.
This is exactly what Google has intended to offer you with its all new
Android N Developer Preview, an early beta of Google’s new mobile operating system that was expected to launch on Google I/O in mid-May, is unexpectedly launching right now.
Android N Developer Preview for the Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, Pixel C Nexus 9, the Nexus Player and the General Mobile 4G, an Android One device has been made available as an over-the-air update by Google on Wednesday.