Android Kitkat contest now open

The details of the Android KitKat contest that Hershey’s is holding are now online. The Android KitKat contest celebrates the latest version of the Android operating system which is expected to debut soon.

Android KitKat contest
Android KitKat contest

Android KitKat contest mechanics

To join the contest, you have to buy a specially-marked Android KitKat candy bar. Inside the wrapper, there is a code. Enter the code on the Android KitKat contest website to see if you have won one of the prizes at stake.

The grand prize is the Google Nexus 7 tablet, which has a retail value of $229. 1,000 of these tablets are available. Also up for grabs is a $5 credit for Google Play. 150,000 of such prize are available. Lastly, you could win a coupon for one free 8 oz. KitKat Minis pouch, which retails for $3.79. 20,000 of these may be won.

That said, if you aren’t craving for KitKat bars, you can also request a free Game Code. Simply send a 3”x5” card with the following information: your name, address, city, state, zip code, date of birth and e-mail address. The entry should be mailed to Android / KIT KAT Instant Win Game Code Request, P.O. Box 760023, El Paso, TX 88576-0023. The free Game Code will be sent the e-mail address provided. Take note that only one request is allowed per postmarked envelope. Your free Game Code request should be received by February 7, 2014.

Android KitKat

News about Android KitKat broke recently, finally laying to rest the speculations that the next version of Android will be named after the key lime pie. The announcement was surprising, but supposedly well-planned since November 2012. Google says that it aims for the new version to be enjoyed by everybody. Some have taken this statement to mean that Android 4.4 KitKat would allow users with older hardware to enjoy the latest version of Android, thereby addressing Android’s fragmentation issue. Since the announcement, Google has released a commercial promoting Android KitKat. However, it has not announced when the new version will be available.

via androidcentral, hersheys