Android 4.4 KitKat update is now available for people who use the Google Play editions of HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4. They follow Motorola's Moto X, which first got access to Android 4.4 KitKat on Nov. 19 less than one month after Google revealed it.
Exactly 15 days ago, HTC America President Jason Mackenzie came out and made the promise that the Android 4.4 KitKat update would be coming to the Google Play edition HTC One in 15 days. As you might have noticed from the previous sentence, today is that day.
So, where’s the update? Well, the promise wasn’t exactly fulfilled, but HTC has at least done its part.
As the world waits for Google to finally make the latest update of the Android system, KitKat, available for the masses, folks have been enjoying the hunt for any crack in the armor of Google or KitKat that may yield some information before its time.
Google has a new standalone camera app available in the Google Play app store, and it can be installed on any smartphones or tablets running KitKat 4.4 or higher. The new app will also be rolling out to other devices in the future according to Google, so that might expand beyond just KitKat to those on other versions of Android.
The Android 4.4 KitKat update is now available as an OTA for the international LG G2. The KitKat version has been available for the Korean LG G2 since last December, and AT&T G2 users got their hands on the KitKat update last month.
The update will be a staggered one so it might take a few days or weeks before it will be available for your device.