Technology development this days is moving on a fast paced note. Every day we wake on new tech or new ideas/improvements to be implemented. A few days after the announcement of Android Kikat 4.4, Googles newest edition of Android, it has brought with it wonderful ideas that will eventually start rolling out sooner. Major improvement will fall in communication side of tech where if not all, most people are found. Beginning with the new look dialler in Android 4.4 KitKat and new search features, by 2014 it will have a better database of photos from individuals that you call. Google has plans to usher in its customers in the year 2014 with a new way caller ID appear when new numbers call them. It is working on pairing up people verified phone numbers with their Google+ profile photos.
Google Android teams on their G+ post points out that:
“Coming in early 2014, users who have verified their phone number and have discovery turned on will have their names and Google Profile photos display whenever they call you, or you call them (it’s great if a new friend who hasn’t been saved in your contacts yet calls you). Check your Google Account to make sure you are happy with how you appear on caller ID by Google: http://goo.gl/g9P3Bp “
This improvement is aimed at making calling even easier with improved search and caller ID by Google. The improved search feature in KitKat 4.4 will let users find just the right number, even if it’s not in contact list, by letting a user search among nearby places or even Google Apps, directly from within the app–just start typing, and results will pop up. The caller ID by Google is another good feature that is put in the mix, and people are keen to see how it will work. Mainly, it is to do with how caller ID is display on your smartphone. This will see unsaved contacts display an image and the name of the caller when they contact you. In other words, Caller ID by Google will help you identify whose calling.
Besides these new features which are already available to all Nexus and Google Play edition devices running Android 4.4, KitKat; users will experience refreshed UI look and feel of the app, placing the people you call the most frequently front and centre, so you can call them even faster.