Google Asks For the Users’ Opinion to Name the Upcoming Android N OS

It seems that Google is opening the playing field to literally every individual to name the new version of its mobile Operating System, Android N for drumming up the excitement for the 7th prime update. Google wants your opinion to name the forthcoming Android N, and this name possibly should be the name of a desert as that has actually kept the non-written policy since the version of Android 1.5 ‘Cupcake’.

However, for this reason a dedicated page has been created by Google on its website of Android, where people can go and type in their name suggestions for the new Android N OS. Well, the name must start with the letter N. The length of your suggested name has no limit and at the same time there is no guarantee that your suggestion will be chosen as it totally depends on Google to select the final name. It is completely cited in the guidelines that Google reserves the right and this is going to happen just for the purpose of entertainment. Well, it does not matter what you suggest, you will always be replied with ‘Sweet’ by the page. You have ample time for pondering as the website will accept your suggestions until 8th June.

The name suggestions existed on the website differ from Neyyapam, Nutmeg, Navy Bean, Nachos, Nuts, Nectarines, Noodles and in fact ‘Narshmallow’ also. Google has taken a responsibility for producing a video meant for serving as an inspiration for general people. This video is expected by you on 1st April from Google.

Back in March, Google declared the N version with SVP Android, Chrome OS and Play, Hiroshi Lockheimer, badgering the readers regarding the name by saying that they were not going to tell people it yet. Among all names he was indicating at the hazelnut spread Nutella, yet it remains for being appeared whether Ferrero, the Italian owners have agreed to team up with the search giant, Google.

Well, if you have any name suggestion for Android N, go and type in the name at the website as early as possible.

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