History of Android

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History of Android OS

Android is the most popular Operating System in World. This was created by Google for Mobiles and Tablets. Google created this Operating System in 2009. The Android is totally free for all and you can easily download it from anywhere to use it in your device. It is an open source Linux based Operating System.

Android launches the new version of its Operating System almost every year. The list of all Android's version is below:

  • Android Alpha
  • Android Beta
  • Android Cupcake
  • Android Donut
  • Android Eclair
  • Android Froyo
  • Android Gingerbread
  • Android Honeycomb
  • Android Ice-cream Sandwich
  • Android Jelly Bean
  • Android Kitkat
  • Android Lollipop
  • Android Marshmallow
  • Android Nougat

As you see that the versions of Android are in ABCD... sequence and this is currently on alphabet 'N' (when this article had posted). You probably also noticed that these names are based on the sweets.

Almost every day, 170,000 new users add in the list of using Android. Around 78% of mobiles in World are running on Android and 20% on iOS and others are on other operating system.

Android Operating System is not only used in Mobile and Tablets, nowadays. It is actually used in Google set-top box and Many other Televisions.

Andy Rubin, Rich Miner, Nich Sears and Chris White were the developer of Android in October, 2003. 

After that, on August, 2005, Google own this Operating System from the developers.

Actually, Android is the nickname of Andy Rubin given by coworkers because of his extreme love with Robots.

The first Android phone was launched by HTC in 2008.

This is the small history of our lovely Operating System - Android. We hope you like this. Share this with your friends so that, they also get the knowledge about Android's History. 

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