Google hasn’t shared Android distribution numbers since may, but an unexpected party has slipped in to fill in its shoes–Pornhub. The world’s most popular adult “edutainment” site has released its 2019 Year in Review which sheds more light (not clothes) on the matter.
If you were making guesses of what Android Q stands for, Google has announced that it’s dropping its dessert-themed naming convention for its mobile OS. Android Q is, disappointingly, just plain Android 10.
At the Google I/O keynote in San Francisco, Google took the wraps of the latest iteration of its mobile OS – Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the fastest and smoothest version of Android yet. Google demonstrated a newer, more refined UI, faster performance, a revamped and more enhanced notifications system, new accessibility features, offline voice capabilities and more.