When it comes to operating system versions for mobile devices, Google’s Android looks set to roll out the Android L version in the near future, taking over from where the existing Android 4.4 Kitkat is. However, even before Android L has been made official, there are already whispers about Android M that has been picked out within the Android source code itself. It is a no-brainer to figure out that Google relies on a naming scheme that will have each major release named after a certain confectionery, so it goes without saying that Android M will take over the soon-to-be released Android L.
While Android L has been dubbed by some to be Lemon Meringue Pie, one can certainly have a field day with the letter M where desserts are concerned. Android Mocha Cheese Cake, anyone? How about Android Marshmallow? Don’t like it? There is always Android Marble Cheese Cake.
As to the kind of functionalities that Android M will feature, it might not mean much to the end user, but developers would certainly find it handy as always. Well, whatever the case is, we do hope that Google will continue the work of rolling out timely updates that simply work and will not make life more miserable with bugs and what not.