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KitKat hits 13.6 percent of all Android devices, eclipses Ice Cream Sandwich

KitKat hits 13.6 percent of all Android devices, eclipses Ice ...

The KitKat's share of Android-powered devices is steadily climbing and, at 13.6 percent, it's now surpassed the ageing Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) that Google released in 2011. A combination of the launch of new devices running KitKat; rollouts of the ... ZDNet, 1 month ago
KitKat usage ticks up a few more percentage points Android Central, 3 weeks ago

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Everything You Need to Know about Android L

Android has had the same basic aesthetic since Ice Cream Sandwich debuted two and a half years ago. Sure, the colors and layouts have changed a bit, but Holo has been alive and well all this time. KitKat showed the first break from that design when ...
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Android L: The flattest and best looking Android yet

| UPDATED16:57 IST The preview version of Android L is currently available for Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 Google announced the latest version of Android at its developer conference in the last week of June. Called Android L, which by the way is a ...
 India Today3 days ago Android KitKat 4.4.4: Nexus 5, Nexus 7, Nexus 4, Nexus 10 Users Report Bugs; Battery Drain Also Reported  Epoch Times2 weeks ago Got a Nexus 4 or original Nexus 7? Good news: Android L confirmed  Economic Times4 weeks ago

Gmail for iOS Gets Insert and Save to Drive Features, and More

Google earlier this month introduced the Insert from Drive feature to the Gmail for Android app, letting users directly share their Drive files in emails. Back in May it had launched the Save to Drive option for the Gmail for Android app. Come ...
 NDTV6 days ago Gmail's Android App Now Lets You Insert Google Drive Files in Messages  Gigjets1 week ago

Sony Adding ‘Move to SD’ Feature Via KitKat Updates

Sony has been busy crunching and pushing out the promised KitKat updates to its arsenal of Android smartphones out there. While the updates come out in waves, and reach a group of handsets at a time, users have notice one big change in the Applications ...
 Techtree1 week ago Sony Adding Move to SD Feature Via KitKat Updates  TechTree1 week ago

Download Gmail for Android 4.9 Now with Google Drive File Attachments Support

Google continues to improve its mobile applications following Android L's announcement last month. The latest app to receive a major update that brings lots of enhancements is Gmail for Android devices. The email client received some visual ...
 Softpedia3 weeks ago Why Google's Android TV Might Succeed Where Google TV Failed  Tested3 weeks ago Google I/O Developers Conference 2013  ITechPost3 weeks ago Android L: Top 10 features  IT Pro UK1 month ago

Android KitKat climbs to 17.9 percent share, Jelly Bean still rules at 56.5 percent

While the new iteration of Google's mobile OS iteration will be reaching the markets later this year, most Android devices still are still stuck on older versions. In Google's Android distribution report for the month of June, the company has ...
 Firstpost.com3 weeks ago KitKat Share in Android Pie Continues to Rise in June  NDTV3 weeks ago KitKat Continues Rise in June, Has 17.9 Percent Share of Android Devices  NDTV3 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

Android L will land on the Nexus 4, 5, 7 and 10

Mumbai: Google had announced the next Version of the Android operating system, but restrained from revealing the actual final release name and stuck to naming it as Android L. In order to roll out the final operating system, Google has opened up ...
 Deccan Chronicle4 weeks ago Google revamping Android with L update  Technology Decisions4 weeks ago Google To Unveil Android 5 'Lollipop' At I/O Conference  Forbes.com1 month ago Google to announce the next version of Android tomorrow  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

Android "L" showcased at Google I/O 2014

Sahil Mohan Gupta New Delhi,June 26, 2014| UPDATED00:50 IST Google I/O is the search giant's annual event where it showcases its latest technologies and new versions of its apps and platforms, so a new version of Android is normally expected. ...
 India Today1 month ago Google May have confirmed Android 5.0 is launching soon (or maybe it's just really excited about the World Cup)  MobileBurn1 month ago Google could announce Android 5.0 at the Google I/O event  Daily Bhaskar1 month ago Did Google just tweet- Android 5.0 OS is coming?  Daily Bhaskar1 month ago

OK Google might work on all screens now if you have Android 4.4 Kit Kat

The folks at xda-developers ran a piece about the OK Google hotword now working on all screens, even without launching the Search app. The discovery was made by Reddit user xStreame and he posted it in the /r/Android thread . This discovery is ...
 TechAttack3 weeks ago Android in 2015: Bringing 'pure Google' to every screen  Android Central4 weeks ago Googles Android L to be released for older Nexus products  PanARMENIAN Network4 weeks ago Google Android L 5.0 release date, screenshots, news and rumours  Expert Reviews1 month ago
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