Google officially introduce Android 4.4 KitKat

Android 4.4  KitKat

Android 4.4 KitKat

Now Google offcially introduce the new operation system Android 4.4 KitKat and just like the others, the new version of Android will launch together with a phone. This year it come with Nexus fifth generation the Nexus 5. For your information, Google targeting Android 4.4 KitKat will be use by over 1 billion users and this version will support low RAM devices such as 512MB.

The new designed OS has been upgraded and giving UI much better. Android 4.4 also introduce some of few applications that redesigned.

"AirPrint, Emoji and Google Hangout"

“AirPrint, Emoji and Google Hangout”

New application called Google Hangout that come with this new Android version, where it will collect all the SMS and MMS into one group with other conversation and video call. With this application, its designed for user to not missed any of message from any platform. With this new OS you will have a new features called AirPrint, where you can print without a wire just connect through you phone with the printer and start scan. But now it only can print with HP printer only.

And now, the Lock Screen will have a shortcut to the camera and with some option to set your Home Screen to your own style. We all know that Google is well known by their Search Engine, they upgraded the Android 4.4  Google Search, they offered a new features such as you can activate the search with words or voice scanner (just like the Siri). Google’s claim that the Voice Scanner is 23% more accurate than before.

Google determine to give Android access to all users even with a low specification. Before that, users with a low specs smartphones will not get an OS update because of low memory and RAM. With this new perfect design Android 4.4 KitKat, it can be use by low and medium specs devices. But the only things that weird, Google inform that Nexus 4 will not get the KitKat.

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