Thursday, 19 September 2013

Android KitKat 4.4 Must Have Features And Reviews

Android KitKat 4.4

With no doubt android is one of the leading and most popular mobile operating system competing with top brand operating systems like blackberry OS, Windows, Linux Ubuntu and newly created Firefox OS on mobile and tablet platforms. Adding sweetness to our lives with mouth watering dessert names for every version they release, but this time android decided to eat crunchy KitKat. Google announced they soon will be releasing the new version called Android KitKat 4.4. Sounds yummy?



When it's releasing?

Currently at the time of my writing it is in draft state but google soon will be announcing it's releasing date. Experienced android team is working hard, day and night to make it more crunchy at palo alto california. You can subscribe to the google news letter of when they are likely to release the upcoming version just go to http://www.android.com/kitkat/

What the version KitKat?

Android soon will be having crunchy chocolaty smell, as we know each android version is named after a dessert like Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean and the upcoming KitKat in a C D E F G H I J K sequence. We all love nestle KitKat we were eating it before soon we will be using.

KitKat's Expiry?

By KitKat expiry i mean to say how long this version is going to exist before the next version will come. I know we all are waiting for it, hoping that it will be much better version in an android series but it is worthy to talk about what it's expiry? I can't tell you exactly what it is, but i hope for best that it should stay more than a year just like the other sweet android versions .

Android Kitkat Fortune?

  • It will be a biggest success if they come up with the users expectations like better battery backup.
  • Definitely new features will be added.  But what features? I really dont know, they aren't revealing anything. New uniquely styled launcher, and a beautiful interactive lock screen should be added to make the best user experience with each tap on the screen.
  • Currently very few people know about the KitKat because it's not published yet, but i think it will be biggest success for android team mates.
What Users Expect it to be?

1. Extended Battery Life
Battery is one of the android problem of all time. Time for android team to show how they can save bettery juice putting such built-in tools that silently manages wifi, bluetooth and inner working softwares that constantly sipping battery juice even the phone screen is off. Battery is essential for both gaming and working, and if you noticed playing games is like no battery life at all.

2. Security
As android is evolving the black hat or malicious hackers are also evolving. The best security is new version release, why? because when the version is old the hackers know that specific version inner workings very well  and can generate attacks accordingly to their knowledge. It is better to be updated with new versions, and KitKat should improve the security in number of ways that it should become nearly impossible for a hacker to penetrate into the Operating System.

3. Beef up Google Now
Google now is a great product works in jellybean should be beefed up in KitKat 4.4. Because of it's laddering popularity people likely to have it for entertainment purposes or for other reasons.

4. New Option Should be Added
Options like,
  • Deep sleep mode to save battery with preferences.
  • Built-in battery saver with options would be owsum.

Want to smell how it looks? 

Here is the two leaked photographs of Android Kitkat just to show you how it will look like.
Kitkat 4.4 Phone AppAndroid Kitkat 4.4 Messaging App
 This is the KitKat 4.4 phone app on your left and messaging app on your right.


Wrap up

Now it is time to say Goodbye but before that i want to ask you a question have you any idea regarding KitKat? or any other feature you want to see in this particular version? or you may have a suggestion to give to google, then comment me below to spread the word to world.

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