It what is one of the stranger partnerships in tech, Google has teamed up with Nestle to bring us the most delicious Android OS yet: Android 4.4 KitKat.
Google is known for naming its new versions of Android after desserts (Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean, so far), and their newest edition is named after one of the best candybars on the planet—after PayDay, that is. (Just saying.) Anyway, little details have been released about the partnership, other than, reportedly, no money was exchanged. "KitKat has been a favorite candy on the team for some time," the tech company said in a blog post. "So for the K release, we asked if they’d be willing to lend their iconic candy bar to its name. Be on the lookout for limited edition Android KitKat bars coming soon to a candy aisle near you."
Some KitKats might contain a winning ticket for a Nexus 7 tablet. So be on the look out, and go to the dentist often.
Also, peep the video above for a KitKat video that makes fun of the style of Apple's announcements: "Every corner, every edge, every finger of every bar has been carefully considered and crafted to create a beautifully immersive and multi-sensory experience," says Christopher Catlin, the "chief breaks officer" at KitKat, in the video. "And it really does taste as good as it looks because when we set out to build confectionery perfectionery (sic) by designing the perfect chocolate bar, we nailed it first time."