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The Era of Android Desserts Names Finally Ends, The Future is Andriod 10

Just recently Google has announced that, the next upcoming version of Android will be adopting a new revolutionized branding strategy. Even though for the past decade desserts have been an important part of Androids versions. But off course all good thing must come to an end. According to sources Google has revamped the logo design, and it also have done a lot of cosmetic changes in the upcoming Android 10. Google has also mentioned that Android 10 will be heavily focusing on user’s privacy.

The Era of Android Desserts Names Finally Ends, The Future is Andriod 10

The Era of Android Desserts Names Finally Ends, The Future is Andriod 10

Which will be a good thing, since Android is an open source operating system, that’s why some people don’t consider it as safe as IOS.

Android 10 Will Get an Updated Logo

It’s almost Five years since Google has introduced it’s rather drastically redesigned Android version Lollipop 5.0, with its new design language named as Material Design. After that Company hasn’t done any modifications to the branding until now. In the upcoming version Android 10, Android text color will be changed from green to Black, the famous Android Robot’s Head will be more Prominent and Company is going to put more impasses on it as well.

Time to Say Good Bye to Android Q

Google has released 14 total dessert themed Android versions in the past decade. Which are Android 1.5 Cupcake, Android 1.6 Donut, Android 2.0-2.1 Eclair, Android 2.2 Froyo, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, Android 3.0-3.2 Honeycomb, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, Android 4.1-4.3 Jelly Bean, Android 4.4 KitKat, Android 5.0-5.1 Lollipop, Android 6.0 Marshmallow, Android 7.0-7.1 Nougat, Android 8.0-8.1 Oreo, and  off course Android 9 Pie.

Users Feedback

Google has received feedback of users from all around the world over past years, suggesting that some of the names weren’t always understandable globally. For instance in some languages L and R aren’t distinguishable. Which makes it hard for some people to understand that Lollipop was the version which came after KItKat. Google has received some negative feedback a well over Android 9 Pie, reason is that in many markets Pies are not considered as dessert.

What’s New Android 10 Will Bring?

Enhanced location sharing will be included in Android 10 as an improvement, which will enable users to share their location while using the Application and it will be halted as soon as the users will exit the App. Android 10 will also provide a new gesture based navigation system and seamless background updates. Much like Apps, letters will allow Android’s certain elements to update themselves. Which means privacy improvements, security fixes and consistency enhancements will be available, without even rebooting your device.

Google will introduce some new features like Focus Mode, when activated this Mode will identify you the distracting Apps and give you the ability to disable any notification you want from them. This will reduce the number of distractions in Android 10. Another feature is Family Link. With that you can control the screen time on your kid’s Android device and can shut down the certain Apps when the time limit reaches. But as mentioned above the main improvements you’ll get in Android 10 will be related to security and privacy.

When Android OS was launched commercially first time in 2008. Google didn’t have any rival at that time. But now things have changed, some days ago Huawei has unveiled its first operating system named HarmonyOS. Now Android has a competitor in the business, the launch of Android 10 will be the beginning of new rivalry, between Google and Huawei.

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