Google announced on Snapchat that Android N, the Latest Version of Android, will now go by Android Nougat. The announcement comes after the company said at I/O last month that users could submit suggestions for the name online.
Nougat is the latest dessert-themed version of Android, due out later this summer. The release, initially announced in March and currently on its second (and mostly stable) beta, brings new features like an improved notification shade and split-screen multitasking to the mobile OS, while also improving on features like Doze that came with Marshmallow last year. The release also has Daydream, Google’s new VR platform, baked in, though it’ll only be supported by Daydream-ready handsets running the OS.
Developers have had their hands on Android N since March, a change for Google, which has traditionally released the next version of Android to developers at I/O.
Cupcake, the first version of the Android Operating software to carry the name of an enticing desert, was released in 2009.
It was followed by Donut, Eclairs, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean, Kit Kat, Lollipop, current-generation Marshmallow and the Latest Next Generation Android OS is Nougat.