Following these days’s large screen that Android H will now be formally referred to as Android 6.0 Marshmallow (a laugh reality: 10 years ago today Google quietly acquired Android), Googlers Nat and Lo uploaded a snappy at the back of the scenes featurette to their YouTube channel. In the video, the duo talks with one of the other folks at the Android staff or even Gio, the person at the back of the Google’s well-known Android garden sculptures.
While it’s repeatedly believed that Android’s large device releases have been at first named after muffins (Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo) and later advanced into different sugary items, seems that used to be by no means if truth be told the case. Android VP of Engineering Hiroshi Lockheimer explains that they have been all the time according to “tasty treats.” Apparently Ryan “PC” Gibson is the person answerable for bobbing up with the theory after the as soon as small workforce may gorge on junk meals — like donut burgers — after lengthy nights of pixel pushing.
So, there you've gotten it. While muffins and “tasty treats” indisputably can be similar, it should depart open the potential for different, non-sugary meals as contenders for upcoming variations of Android (even though we will be able to’t bring to mind any off the highest of our head). Check out extra within the Nat and Lo’s a laugh at the back of the scenes video down beneath.