Google today took to the stage at Google I/O 2016 to announce that anyone will be able to contribute to the name of the next version of Android.

Unlike previous years, with the Android N release, Google released the developer beta to the general public very early, meaning that everyone can get involved with testing the new software.

We've already spent a fair amount of time playing with the next version of Android and you can read all about our findings in our Android N preview.

READ: Android N preview: Everything you need to know about Android 7.0

However, the name for that next version of Android is still a mystery, and Dave Burke, VP engineering at Android, said that they were really struggling to come up with a dessert name for Android N.

So, to help you get involved, you'll be able to send in your own suggestions. Head to Android.com/n and you'll be able to submit your suggestions.

Go on, you know it wants to be called Android Nutella.