First of all, I apologize if this is not the correct stack for this question. And if it is not, I hope that someone can migrate it to the right place.
I was looking in Google to solve some problems I encountered while working in NDK ("C ++ code speed comparison between PC and Android ndk" this specific string if relevant, using Chrome but I did not log in) and got the following recommendation to the end of the first search page
Show BASIC as one of the popular programming languages for Android. By clicking on the link, you get the search results of the word "basic" in English and some links to the BASIC programming language, but nothing about android. I have tried other variations of strings that contain "basic", "programming language" and "android", but I can not find anything related to programming android in BASIC. Of course, the Google suggestion also shows Objective-C as a language for Android, but unlike BASIC, the search for C-target and Android at least generates discussions about how to write Android applications in object-C.
So, my question is, why does Google suggest BASIC as a popular language for Android programming? Is this a random suggestion, or is there really a BASIC variant for Android? If so, what do I need to search google for more information?