Cupcake, Icecream Sandwich, Marshmallow, Nougat – Android has been rolling out on a sweet journey, getting more intuitive and user-friendly with each ‘sweet’ update for its users. Android is a popular mobile operating system developed by Google, especially for touch screen devices including mobiles and tablets. Versatile, easy-to-use and highly intuitive, Android also happens to be the most widely used mobile operating system in the world.
Ever caught yourself wondering about Android’s journey from Cupcake to Nougat? Help is at hand with this lucid and self-explanatory infographic designed by Top App Creators for all you need to know about the evolution of Android.
Developed by Android Inc. and bought by Google for a handsome price, Google rolled out Android 1.0 that came loaded in the first Android-based smartphones the world saw – HTC Dream or T-Mobile G1. From then on, Google has constantly been rolling out updates; the first one being Android 1.1 followed by Cupcake (Android 1.5), launched in 2009 and popularly believed to be the start of the Android generation.
Everyone loves Android and Google makes it even better by providing updates every few months that can be installed for free. Android users can purchase or download their favourite apps from Google Play Store where thousands of new apps are added across its various categories every single day. Top App Creators, an online listing service for top app development companies across the world, brings to you detailed information and trivia about the history of Android in this easy to read Infographic, “Lip Smacking Evolution of Android” – a fun guide that tells you everything you wanted to know about the Android mobile operating system.