Android 4.4 KitKat has small but welcome changes
Google has revealed the features contained within the Android 4.4 or KitKat which was first announced in September 2013. There is nothing which could cause you to blow your mind but the features are pretty much helpful. Android KitKat relies more than ever on behind-the-scenes Google services to enhance everyday tasks. For example, a new caller ID will check business listings for an unknown number so you know it is the grocery store or the doctor and not a sales executive.
A new enclosed type of mode lets games and apps take over the whole screen with no buttons or status bar to be seen and an improved file-finding tool minimizes switching between apps when you are browsing to attach or modify a recently used or downloaded image or file as per source. There are also certain invisible improvements like lower battery consumption for things like music playback, more efficient memory use and built-in security features like app sandboxing and remote device wipe.