Google Says 'Have a KitKat break' With the All New Android KitKat (version 4.4)

Google has recently unveiled its all new Android version 4.4 carrying the name of one of the most famous chocolates, Nestle's KitKat. Read this announcement and get informed about the launch of Google's all new Android KitKat.

As per the previous announcement made by Google, Key Lime Pie was supposed to be the name of the next Android version, and was supposed to run the upcoming tablets and other Android devices and the version was supposed to be known as version 5.0. But, recently Google has announced its version 4.4 Android under the name of Android KitKat.

Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie will be releasing in the forthcoming year i.e. 2014

Patching up with the worldwide chocolate manufacturing company i.e. Nestle, Google has titled its next Android version with the Company's official name and in return, Nestle is going to sell more than 50 million chocolate bars labelled with the Android 4.4 mascot. This version is said to revolutionize the whole Android community with its all new major as well as minor updates and extremely new features and specifications.

According to the recent report from a US agency, Android attracts more malware than any other OS like Symbian, Windows etc and overtaking this controversy, Google introduced this version 4.4 (KitKat) which is free of such malware attacks and hence competes with the other device operating systems lagging them much behind.

To add to this, users have rated the name 'Kitkat' more than they'd rated any name ever given to any Android version, for that matter. Weird?

Google and Nestle KitKat are working together to make the buzz reach every ear in the world. The advantage this mission is carrying is that there ought to be barely a person who doesn't know what a KitKat bar is. People love it and the bar that shall contain the name of the new Android version from Google definitely ought to give Android Kitkat a high flight.

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