Take a YouTube break with a KitKat bar and catch the top trending videos on the app (U.K. Only)

Take a YouTube break with a KitKat bar and catch the top trending videos on the app (U.K. Only)
Here is a bit of trivia that might help you win friends at your local bar one night. In the U.S., the crunchy KitKat bar is produced by Hershey. In Europe, the chocolate covered bars roll off the assembly lines belonging to Nestle. We gathered all of this knowledge after Google pimped out the "K" build of Android to Nestle. We also gained 20 pounds from consuming a steady diet of the chocolate treats.

Just when you thought that you couldn't stuff another KitKat into your mouth, Nestle and Google are teaming up on a partnership that will produce 600,000 limited edition YouTube Break KitKat bars in the U.K. The wrappers on those 600,000 bars will replace the stylized KitKat logo with the YouTube name. It's all being done to celebrate 80 years of fattening up people the world over with the KitKat bar, and also to celebrate 10 years of YouTube.

Another cool part of this partnership will allow Android users to say or type into Google, "YouTube My Break," to see a KitKat clip followed by the top trending videos of the day. Nestle hopes you'll take this downtime to watch the videos while enjoying a KitKat bar. And perhaps by typing or saying KitKat on the Google search bar, you will subconsciously start craving that chocolatey goodness. Unfortunately, this feature, like the limited edition YouTube branded KitKat bars, is available in the U.K. only.



source: Nestle via AndroidCentral

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5 Comments

1. waddup121 unregistered

A Kitkat a day keeps the pain away! Nice!

2. gaming64 unregistered

A Kitkat a day makes diabetis your bae.

4. tech2

Posts: 3487; Member since: Oct 26, 2012

Woah woah woah .....Hold on did I read that right 'UK only' ?! Something that's not US only on release ? This is BS. /s

5. bugsbunny00

Posts: 2264; Member since: Jun 07, 2013

no lollipop video? its 2015.

7. EbonyPericarp

Posts: 67; Member since: May 02, 2015

Sugar is poison... but the big sugar-producing and sugar-using companies of the world are in denial, just like the tobacco industry was.

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