The tech blogosphere in current days has essentially all been regarding iOS 8 and the digit of statements that Apple made at WWDC 2014, however that does not suggest other firms have taken the sidelines when it comes to making points happen that signify.

Google Play Edtion devices

A number of days back, we told you that the new incremental update for Android, variation 4.4.3 KitKat, has been made readily available for Nexus devices, including the Nexus 5, Nexus 4, Nexus 7 (both 2012 and 2013 versions), and Nexus 10, including Google Play Editions of HTC One (M7), HTC One (M8) and the Samsung Galaxy S4.

The availability of the current Android version for these Google Play Version devices mean excellent news for those which purchased them, setting up that they didn’t make a bad choice in their investment from the viewpoint of obtaining quick updates, something which, when depending on OEMs, can take painfully long.

From a function established standpoint, Android 4.4.3 does not truly have a bunch of new features or stuff to supply, which is essentially the standard with incremental updates. The only notable enhancements concern the cam function where extreme battery drain has been accommodated while taking snaps, and the visual overhaul to the indigenous dialer application which we saw leaked a number of weeks ago. Apart from that, you’re not actually missing out on out on a great deal if you do not possess one of the assisted gadgets.

Android Kitkat

With iOS 8 looming nearby and supplying a bunch of effectiveness in regards to features and designer kindness (Swift, any individual?), it will certainly be intriguing to see just how Android deal with its largest Achilles’ heel, viz. delivering timely software application updates. Google has actually forever hidden behind the reality that it’s the OEMs that create these delays, and rightly so, yet somewhat, it’s up to the Mountain Sight firm to press things in the right direction.

In the current days, the search titan has been making some strides in the ideal direction, but will they manage to defeat the Cupertino company’s efforts to sustain hardware even as aged as three years? I think we’ll have to wait and locate out. On the other hand, if you have a Google Play Version GS4, M7 or M8, download the update package below.

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