Thursday, 12 February 2015

KitKat Launcher is more action closer Android Launcher. KitKat Launcher is currently the only pitcher Google Play Store, which has a smart bar transparent state with notifications for all Android 4.0+ devices.

KitKat Launcher Features:
1. Based on Android 4.4 Launcher.
2. translucent status bar and the navigation bar translucent Android 4.4 Devices. (FREE)
3. Google Now clone, as Google Now Launcher.
4. Hide Applications App Drawer.
5. Small / Original icons and icon packs KitKat size.
6. Show / Hide search bar.
7. Search bar animations.
8. Play Store icon near Google Search Bar.
9. Nexus 5 and KitKat Home Funds. (KitKat Funds)
10. Fast Action Popup Menu.
11. Fixed / Floating Wallpaper.
12. Resizing widgets.
13. Restore default launcher theme KitKat.
Transparent Smart status bar with notifications, gestures and transition effects are available only in the first edition. Other features of this launcher KitKat style
1. Service accessibility: get notifications bar transparent state KitKat clone.
2. Draw on top of other applications: Draw KitKat bar clone transparent state.
3. Wi-Fi access and Internet Status: State of WiFi and Internet for Transparent clone KitKat bar state.
4. Bind AppWidget: loading widgets on the desktop.
5. Expand Status Bar: For those gestures and smart status bar.
6. Run on startup: Run this application and service notification at startup.
7. Network communication: Notifications of updates.
8. Your Account: Push Notifications for updates.
9. Read Device Status: Push Notifications for updates.
- Android is a trademark of Google, Inc.
- KitKat is a registered trademark of societe des Produits Nestle SA

Android 4.4 KitKat: 10 New Features You Should Know

1. Better Memory Management
KitKat is designed to run on devices with as little as 512 MB of RAM. Google has launched behind the scenes improvements in memory management of Android 4.4, and gives developers and OEMs with tools and options to take advantage of these improvements. It is expected that these improvements memory to carry smoother multitasking too.

The fact that they are less than half of all Android phones running Android 4.x has led to problems of fragmentation in Android. It seems that these memory optimizations can lead to greater adoption of Android 4.4, and this should help unify Android so far. improved goggle 
Now you can activate Google Now simply saying "OK Google". It is only available for Nexus 5 by now though. Contextual cards include also receives an update. Google Now cards try to predict information you need based on your location, favorites or TV sites.

In addition, Android 4.4 offers a new app-link feature, which allows searching Google to search results deep links to the applications installed on the user device. For example, in search of a restaurant through Google can now turn to a restaurant booking application as OpenTable, ready to make a reservation for that particular restaurant.

3.hangover app upgradad
The old messaging application for Android is now a thing of the past with KitKat. Instead, Google Hangouts now supports SMS and MMS, so that all posts will be in the same application. Hangouts also be receiving support for HD video calls across all devices.

Video and voice calls have also been improved to make Hangouts an all-in-one solution for your communication needs. They have the support animated GIFs and share location via Google Maps.

4.Bright caller ID
Application default Android phone is also receiving some positive changes, including a fresh new design. The score has a search field you can use to look up contact information from a company that appears on Google Maps. Then contact information will appear business near your area.
These data from Google Maps is also used by the caller of the phone application ID to identify any unknown number comparing the number of businesses nearby. In addition to this new integration with Google Maps, the new phone app also gives priority to their contacts based on the people you talk to most.

5. Immersive Mode
Let's face it; The status bar and navigation buttons on Android can sometimes along the way, especially when you're playing a game, reading e-books or watching videos. Fortunately, Android 4.4 comes with a new dive mode that hides everything except the application you are using. Once you're done, just slide the edge of the screen to bring back to their navigation bars and buttons state.

6. Comination With Cloud Storage
Android 4.4 gets support for storage solutions in the cloud, as Google Drive integrated into the operating system. This means that you can save and open directly from the cloud, without having to save on storage of your device for the first time. Applications such as QuickOffice are now able to take advantage of this integration and open documents directly from Google Drive on your Android device.

7. Printing On the Go
Google is making it much easier to print documents or photos on your phone by building support for Google Cloud Print directly to Android 4.4. This will allow you to print documents via WiFi or Bluetooth. Of course, this function is limited to compatible printers with wireless capabilities, support for Google Cloud Print as well as all printers that have applications available on the Google Play store.

8. sensors built
Android OS 4.4 adds two new compounds sensors support: step counter probe housing. This support will allow application developers the ability to access data pedometer without writing complex code and algorithms. This, along with the hardware sensor that reduces the power consumed by sensors dosage means that Android 4.4 compatible hardware devices such as Nexus 5, will be perfect for training purposes and fitness.

9. entire system Subtitles
Android 4.4 improves user accessibility adding support for the entire system configuration captions. You can set if your title is shown, the subtitle language will appear for, and adjustments related to the text, such as size and font. Applications that use the video may access these settings and display captions based on the configuration screen.

10. Lock Screen Art
The lock screen Android 4.4 can now display more widgets. When you're listening to music or streaming movies through Chromecast, device lock screen will display full screen album art or film. The lock screen will also have dedicated controls so you can play, pause and look, all from the lock screen.

These are only 10 of the more notable changes in Android 4.4. There are a number of new features included in KitKat, such as location tracking low power consumption, easy to change screen, integrated IR receiver support and application download redesigned, just to name a few. The full list of changes is available on the website of Android.

However, Android 4.4 is not what one would call a spectacular update, but brings some very welcome improvements to the table. The improved memory management is particularly interesting, and the other features combine to make Android 4.4 a solid addition to the Android family tree.


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