Have a break. Have Android KitKat.


A new treat arrives at the Android confectionery and it’s not Key Lime Pie. The company outed another sweet treat instead: the Android 4.4 KitKat. Android has been teasing about its newest OS, rumored to be the Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, for a very long time. Turns out, they kept calling it Key Lime Pie, even internally, as a ploy to avoid leaks. Let’s hope no one toys with our emotions like this ever again. This is the first time Android named an OS after a brand (it’s not Android Chocolate), but John Lagerling, director of global partnerships, said that it wasn’t a paid merger between Android and Nestle. There are still no hints on the new features and even the official site is still a big tease, only saying that “the goal with Android KitKat is to make amazing Android experience available to everybody.” What could that mean? Perhaps we’ll be seeing Android on watches and laptops, too? We’ll keep you posted. Meanwhile, Kitkat is enjoying this partnership to bits. You might just win a Nexus 7 or Google Play credits when you buy your next KitKat. But before then, take a look at their version of Android KitKat here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKOrkLxOBoY Words Elaine Cotoner