As is the norm with the developers of the operating system smartphones recently, Google has released its periodic major upgrade of Android Kitkat. This new version is unique in many respects: firstly, it tied with the KitKat brand of Nestle, to share the name, and on the other hand, it brings a lot of new features to it so much different from its predecessor does, Jelly Bean 4.2 in addition to the introducing some features that smartphone users have long wanted for many years, the new version of the operating system optimized for low cost phones and tablets. Here are some of the most notable new features in the latest version of Android Kitkat:
1. Revamped user interface: The new version provides an intuitive user interface with transition effects when you open the app launcher. In addition, the display will work in full-screen mode when you read a e-book or browse the web – thus allowing the full use of the large screen tablets. The default keyboard is updated to meet the needs of people who are prone to Internet communications.
2. Improved Dialer applications: Dialer screen now uses contextual information from the call log to sort a list of contacts. This means that the application will show contacts that are likely to call a special time of day. KitKat also integrates the services of Google Search to help you locate nearby addresses and contact telephone numbers.
4. Deeper cloud integration: Google’s recent merger of some of its services to the Service Cloud, Google Drive. With this version it is easier to identify the printers that are connected to Google Cloud Print and Eprint technology to HP.
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