Android: A Dessert That Keeps Getting Better #infographic - Visualistan

    Social Items

Android: A Dessert That Keeps Getting Better

Android 10 (Android Q) was officially released by Google on September 3, 2019, at Google I/O 2019 event. This is the first time Android has discontinued naming its OS after the desserts and will be following the number sequence. Dominating the global mobile OS market, Android has progressively become the most popular OS around the world. Today Android is almost everywhere, it powers devices ranging from phones to tablets, to TVs and smartwatches.

With this amazing journey of launching 10 different flavors of operating systems, Android has a story to tell us. With its inception, acquisition, innovation, and disruption, Android has truly revolutionized the open-source software industry. Let us deep dive to understand how Android has evolved over the years and how it has got better with every new release.

Android: A Dessert That Keeps Getting Better #infographic


infographic by: scalefusion.com

Share This Infographic On Your Site

Android: A Dessert That Keeps Getting Better #infographic

Android: A Dessert That Keeps Getting Better

Android 10 (Android Q) was officially released by Google on September 3, 2019, at Google I/O 2019 event. This is the first time Android has discontinued naming its OS after the desserts and will be following the number sequence. Dominating the global mobile OS market, Android has progressively become the most popular OS around the world. Today Android is almost everywhere, it powers devices ranging from phones to tablets, to TVs and smartwatches.

With this amazing journey of launching 10 different flavors of operating systems, Android has a story to tell us. With its inception, acquisition, innovation, and disruption, Android has truly revolutionized the open-source software industry. Let us deep dive to understand how Android has evolved over the years and how it has got better with every new release.

Android: A Dessert That Keeps Getting Better #infographic


infographic by: scalefusion.com

Share This Infographic On Your Site

Related Post

Disqus Codes
  • To write a bold letter please use <strong></strong> or <b></b>
  • To write a italic letter please use <em></em> or <i></i>
  • To write a underline letter please use <u></u>
  • To write a strikethrought letter please use <strike></strike>
  • To write HTML code, please use <code></code> or <pre></pre> or <pre><code></code></pre>
    And use parse tool below to easy get the style.
Show Parser Box

strong em u strike
pre code pre code spoiler
embed

Subscribe Our Newsletter

Notifications

Disqus Logo