Running KitKat on Your Android Tablet: Top 5 Features You Should Know

If you are owning a modern day tablet device, chances are high that you have already received the brand new Android KitKat update on your tab. And if you are yet to receive the update, remember to consult your Software Update section in the phone before you head on to consult this article.

But guessing that you have indeed already downloaded and updated with the new KitKat operating system on your tablet, you have just unlocked a host of features that will give a brand new dimension to your mobile device.

Running KitKat on Your Android Tablet: Top 5 Features You Should Know

The Android KitKat is one of the most sought after versions of Android in recent times, and with a host of new smartphones and tablets now offering the same, it's only a matter of time before the OS reaches out to nearly all parts of the planet.

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But sticking to the current situation at hand, what exactly are the features that are primarily Android KitKat-based that you should look forward to on your tablet?

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We take a look at the top 5

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Google Now may seem a bit dated considering the fact that it was first introduced back in June 2012, but that doesn't mean it has moved away from its popularity quotient among fans.

Probably arriving as the first real rival to the Apple-based Siri, users simply need to say "OK Google" to do a voice search, send a text, get directions or even play a song.

The Immersive mode in Android 4.4-based tablets is one of the primary features you will ever come across in the OS. The best thing about this mode is that you can concentrate on a movie or a book on your tablet without any distractions in the background.

There are several different offerings in the KitKat that have been integrated with the OS. For example, Google Drive, Keep and QuickOffice all come with the OS while being linked to each other.

The new and improved Android Device Manager for tablets running on KitKat is a treat in itself. The beauty of it is it can track down lost and stolen devices. The function also enables users to ring the device, detect it, remove it and even lock it.

Android 4.4 has been optimized to keep a track on memory usage for several apps that might be running at the same time. The touchscreen has also been designed to respond faster and more accurately than before.

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