Here's a brief history of Android Easter eggs dating back to Gingerbread

By Shawn Knight
Oct 7, 2015
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  1. Google is notorious for including Easter eggs in its various products and Android is no exception. As Android framework engineer Dan Sandler explains in the above clip from fellow Google employees Nat and Lo, hiding eggs in Android started with Gingerbread in 2010.

    The clip provides some insightful background into how the idea for the first egg hatched (no pun intended) and how the company has been carrying on the tradition ever since.

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  2. Skidmarksdeluxe

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    What happens once they're finished with "Z"? Will they start from "A" again and call it Apple (Pie)?

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