We now have over 1 Billion Android activations and hope this guy in front of the building keeps that momentum going pic.twitter.com/V0VovgmObl
— sundarpichai (@sundarpichai) September 3, 2013
Google's Android and Chrome exec Sundar Pichai has declared the new version of Android OS will be called Kit Kat. Continuing the trend of dessert-treat names, Android 4.4 has the most specific title compared to its predecessors, which retained basic monikers like "cupcake" and "jelly bean." Before today, internal communications indicated that this version was referred to as "Key Lime Pie."
The promotion is designed to generate excitement for this new creation but reveals another milestone the company is celebrating: 1 billion activations of Android devices. While this is a significant achievement, teaming up with Nestle could mean that this installment of Android could be drastically adjusted preparing to compete with iOS 7.
A release date is still unknown, but we will keep you updated.