The logo was first used on Android 1.0 and was continued to be used on Android Jelly Bean and KitKat after the new wordmark was introduced. In October 2014 Google introduced the new logo with the new wordmark. In 2013, the "Powered by Android" boot screen logo was introduced and it appeared in some smartphones running Android Jelly Bean and KitKat.
The new wordmark for Android has introduced at the Google I/O event on June 26, 2014, first used in Android 4.4.4 KitKat and debuted with Android Lollipop in October-November 2014. This logo and the 2017 logo continues to be used on Android Nougat, Oreo, and Pie after the new wordmark was introduced and it is currently unused as of August-September 2019 when Google introduced the new logo with the new wordmark. This logo was used as a "Powered by Android" boot screen logo until 2017, except for Xiaomi phones as they kept using this logo until it was being replaced with a 2019 logo later in that year.
This logo is used on the website as well as on the "Be Together. Not The Same." ad campaign. From 2017, this logo was used on the "Powered by Android", and "Powered by Android (Go Edition)" boot screen logos until 2019.
This logo was introduced on August 27, 2019, along with the launch of Android 10. It's currently used on the "Powered by Android" and "Powered by Android (Go Edition)" boot screen logos.
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