5. Contacts are now Prioritized with Android 4.4. KitKat. Your phone will quickly recognize the phone number you call the most and show up first on your contacts main screen.
4. KitKat brings you enhanced Caller ID. When there’s no caller ID from the caller, Google will search its own search results and find a caller ID related with the number. This will be handy when banks call you from the mid-west, I would find this new feature handy if Caller ID listed it as bank so I don’t have to pick up calls from telemarketers.
3. Now your album or movie cover art will be used automatically as background for your lockscreen. This will work great for listening to music on Pandora or watching movies through ChromeCast.
2. KitKat now offers a new, enhanced photo editor on Gallery app that will allow you to edit your photos better with lots of filters, saturation, contrast, exposure, etc…etc…
1. Tap & Pay – You can choose which app to use for NFC payment such as Google Wallet.
Overall, KitKat is the latest and greatest from the people at Mountain View, California that offer a better memory management system with reduced memory footprint, meaning better overall performance of your Android device in the long term.
For those of you looking to upgrade to KitKat, simply wait for it if you have any of the newer devices or you can also root and install a custom ROM if there’s one available for your device.
Here’s the ROMs I used in this video:
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