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Android 4.4 KitKat announced along side the Google Nexus 5

Google has officially announced their new flagship, the LG made Google Nexus 5 alongside with the latest add-on to the Google's platform, Android version 4.4 KitKat.

So what's new with this new version from Android? Well, the operating system comes with a complete redesigned and more polished User Interface. Where Google likes calling it the, "Beautiful & Immersive" Android version of all times.

With the launch of this new version, the Android 4.4 KitKat, the company has updated their predominant search assistant, 'Google Now'. Yes, according to the Americans, users now don't need to touch the screen for getting your searches implemented, just say "Ok Google" from your homescreen or from the Google Now application to launch the voice search, send an text message, navigate or play a selected song.

Next up is the new updated look of the homescreen, where Google has put a camera shortcut on the right below corner of the screen, something we saw from the iOS devices. It is not just the camera shortcut the company added to the lockscreen this time, but also a full-screened album and movie art, that turns on while your are listening to music or screening content from a Chromecast.

Google has also put up a new 'Immerse Mode', a mode that will basically hide everything on screen, and helps you focus more on the activity the user is intended on, for example, while you are reading a book, playing a game or when you are watching a video, all gets more centering, according to Google. You can bring back the status bar and navigation buttons by just a swipe on the screen's edge.

A new phone application is too introduced with this new refresh, which now searches across your contacts, nearby places, business locations and even looks for people in your Google Apps domain.

"A smarter caller ID", that's what the Americans like to call it's new caller identification system, which looks for matches from business with a local listing from Google Maps for calls from phone numbers that is not listed in your contacts.

With the new Hangouts application, all your SMS and MMS messages will be up for reading or viewing on one single app all together, along with other conversation and video calls. With the new updated version of the app, you can now share your location and even send animated GIF files.

The final big thing is the new Cloud Print buit in option, which helps you print photos, documents and even web pages to any printer that is connected wirelessly to the Google Cloud Print, for now HP prints do the job with their ePrint app.

Google's Android 4.4 KitKat bags tons of new features, and will be available for an over-the-air download on your Nexus smartphone, excluding the Samsung manufactured Galaxy Nexus. But users of the 2012 flagship Nexus 4, Nexus 7, both 2012 and 2013 editions as well as the Nexus 10 will be able rock the new version of Android update in the coming days.

The company also claims that, the 4.4 update can scale to fit your hardware using just 512 megabytes of your device's Random Access Memory (RAM), and also aims to reach the next 1 Billion count of users with their newly announced refresh.

Source: Android, Google