Google bids farewell to what was supposed to be Android Q and instead says hello to Android 10 welcoming together with the newly modified Android logo.

Google on Thursday unveiled a not-so-sweet surprise to the public as it announced that they are ditching the names derived from desserts such as Lollipop, Marshmallow, Nougat, Oreo and Pie. The company revealed that its next generation mobile operating system which was supposed to be called Android Q will officially be called Android 10.

Sameer Samat, vice president of product management for Android, wrote in a blog post that the reason behind the change is for the names to be clear and relatable to everyone in the world with Android being a global operating system. He added that the whole global community could benefit from these simpler and more intuitive names.

Samat further added that the switch from Android Q to Android 10 is to deal with skepticism. He revealed that continuing the usage of dessert names which is technically in English leaves some regions in India and Brazil out. People from both countries prefer Android more than in the U.S.

Samat noted some other issues they encountered with the Android Q and the dessert names. According to him “lollipop” can be hard to pronounce in some regions, “pie” is not always a dessert and that some regions in the world do not have “Marshmallow.” He stressed out that numbers like Android 10 are universal.

Google is also updating its Android logo along with the switch from Android Q to Android 10. Aude Gandon, global brand director for Android describes the new logo to have a more modern accessible look.

Gandon assured that the updated logo will still feature the little green robot which makes Android special, making it appear more human, fun and approachable. Another notable change is the more accessible and readable wordmark which will no longer come in green but in black making it more visible even in small screens.

The Android robot’s eyes are changed looking down and the antennae are tweaked on the updated logo that comes along the Android 10 release. All these changes and innovations will be out for 10 beta program certified devices this fall.