Nov 7 2013, 2:50am CST | by Triszia Marie Santos
A thirty-second briefing from Google says that there have some been slight visual tweaks in the latest OS, but the main changes emphasize on better performance on most low-end devices and also, more extensive integration of Google services, essentially offering more of the contextual information from a wider range of sources.
Below, there is a more detailed run-down of the features:
Google says that Sensor batching is ideal for the low-power and long-running use-cases such as fitness, online location tracking, monitoring something, and more. KitKat can make users’ apps more efficient and it also lets the user track sensor events continuously.
Triszia Marie Santos
Triszia Marie Santos is navigating the mobile device space for you. She is an early adopter in all things mobile and loves to write about the latest mobile trends.
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