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KitKat 4.4 Is Eating It’s way Into More Android Devices

According to Google’s Developers Dashboard , more   Android Phones are found to be using the Kitkat 4.4. It was revealed earlier by  a Google representative when they ran a test to see how much Android devices were visiting the Google play store that has the KitKat 4.4. The statistics are shown below :

13.6%  of the Android devices visited the Google store each day has KitKat 4.4

That’s an impressive increase over the previous month which was over 8.5%

But this is not even close to the Ice Cream Sandwich or even The Jelly bean which is  found in 58.4 % Android followed by the Gingerbread with 14.9%.

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Despite the large distribution of the Jelly Bean update.The KitKat 4.4 is predicted to captured 8% more in shares in the next 3 month duration. The Kitkat is slowly put surely spreading it’s way into the Android Phones.

What is so impressive about the Kitkat 4.4?, What are the interesting features about this update?. Well, as far as performance and usability  is concerned, the Android KitKat 4,4 has all these attributes:

  • Smarter Caller ID

  •  System-Wide Closed Captioning

  • Impressive Memory Management

  • Cloud Storage Compatibility

  •  Printing On The Go

  • Built-In Sensors

  • Customized Lock Screen

 

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