The decision to brand the software with the name of Nestle’s
chocolate bar is likely to be seen as a marketing coup for the
Swiss food and beverage maker.
However, Google told the BBC that it had come up with the idea and
that neither side was paying the other. “This is not a
money-changing-hands kind of deal,” John Lagerling, director of
Android global partnerships, told the BBC. Instead, he said, the
idea was to do something “fun and unexpected”.