Google leaves Key Lime Pie Easter eggs at I/O

Google leaves Key Lime Pie Easter eggs at I/O
Many Android fans were disappointed that Google didn't announce a new version of Android at Google I/O. We're not all that sad that it didn't happen, because Android 4.2 Jelly Bean is still a great version, and we don't see an overwhelming need for anything new on a system level just yet. Of course, there are rumors that Android 4.3 may be coming in just a couple months, but Google still found at least a couple spots to tease the next major version of Android: Key Lime Pie.

The teases weren't anything big, and we certainly didn't find out any actual information about the update or what features it will offer, but Key Lime Pie certainly had a presence at the conference. KLP was caught on camera twice during developer sessions, as far as we've seen. The first was an image of the Android bugdroid sitting on a bench eating a piece of key lime pie; and, the other was a screenshot of an RPG-style game where Key Lime Pie was listed in the available characters that the bugdroid could summon with his magic. 

Of course, neither gives any actual info on what the update will be, but they are fun Easter eggs anyway.


source: Reddit via Droid Life

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