Google is Letting You Name Android N

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What’s Android N going to be called? You know the question has be burning through your brain since the first preview arrived a couple of months ago. Google has teased options. We have taken guesses. But we still don’t know, even after today’s I/O keynote.

Well, Google is going to let you do something about it. During today’s keynote, Google announced that they are letting the people decide what Android N should be called. Seriously, they even have a website already setup for you to start submitting options. 

Go here and let Google know what you think Android N should be!

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