After the Failure of Kajukatli campaign now now there is a campaigning going for Ladoo as next Android delicious logo.Here is the excerpt from the website which is supporting ladoo for Android.
You know we continue to love Android. We poured our heart intoKajuKatli for Android and you disappointed us 🙁
We mailed KajuKatli boxes to Larry Page and Andy Rubin. We handed KajuKatli to Amit Singhal in person and also campaigned outside your Android building in Mountain View. But alas, you’ve decided to name the next version of Android as KitKat.
We are Indians. We have big hearts. We understand that there might be commercial pressures to do so. Or maybe our voices were just not loud enough to make KajuKatli Android a reality. We still love Android and we are committed to seeing a version of Android that is dedicated to an Indian sweet. With enough advance notice this time, we request you to name the next version of Android, LADOO.
We love Ladoo, and we’re sure you will too! So, to make this deal sweeter, we are sending your team a box of ladoos very soon 🙂
Just Visit http://ladoo.co to show the support and sign the campaign for LADOO as next Android logo.
One more campaign is going on for the LASSI as a next Android logo by
Kshitij, IIT Kharagpur (Kshitij, the annual techno-management fest of IIT Kharagpur)
First of all let me congratulate you and your team on the launch of the new latest version of the Android OS which is, Android 4.4 Kit Kat. It was indeed a surprise to realize that the most popular mobile OS is going to be named after one of the sweetest memories from almost everyone’s childhood.
Read More about it on Quora.
According to a report by International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker, 68.8 percent of smart-phones were shipped in 2012 with Google’s free Android OS which was more than three times the number shipped with Apple’s iOS (18.8 percent) and dwarfs BlackBerry OS (4.5 percent) and Nokia’s Symbian (3.3 percent).
Even Google had claimed in 2012 that Android adoption rate had grown by over 500% year-on-year in developing countries like India, Brazil and others.