Those who follow Android for a long time will remember: Every year, Google announced new versions of the operating system with a “very sweet” accompaniment. Until 2018, the official OS name was following the line: Android + the name of a candy that starts with the letter that follows last year’s candy.

This started with “Cupcake” in the third version. We had some very interesting names. Froyo (2.2), Ginberbread (2.3), Jelly Bean (4.1), and KitKat (4.4). But since 2018 this has remained in the background – perhaps due to the curse of Brazilians who wanted to see “Android Paçoquinha” and were disappointed with “Android Pie”.

But it’s important to say this: While it’s not so clear anymore, versions still get confectioner names. Android 13 was Tiramisu and will be released with Android 14 (from 2023)”Inverted Cake” is a very famous recipe in the United States. The literal translation would be “upside down cake,” but in practice it’s a pineapple cake. Therefore, you can still see this relationship in some official Google documentation. It’s that simple.

Source: Tec Mundo

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