Android 4.4 KitKat Quick Start Guide Now Available in Google Play Books

Android_4.4_KitKat_Quick_Start_Guide

For many people, Android 4.4 KitKat will be an ease to use being a system that is very similar to its predecessors. For some however, Android 4.4 will be the first Android operating system that they use. In case that’s you, or you just want to know a little more about the new operating system, Google has recently released a quick start guide for Android 4.4, with information on all you need to know to get the most out of your Android experience.

The Android 4.4 quick start guide is free, and any Android user can download it provided they have Google Play Books installed on their system. The guide is a rather comprehensive volume, and features 53 pages of KitKat goodness. In fact, even if you’re a seasoned Android professional you might still discover something new because it details everything from Google Now to using notifications and everything in between.

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About the Author: Christian de Looper

Christian was born and raised in Canberra, Australia, lived for 5 years in Paris, France, and is currently living in the USA. He spends much of his time playing with his Android devices and researching new and improved technology. When Christian isn't writing for TalkAndroid, he normally can be found in a music studio producing either his own music or someone else's.


  • malaysia

    Google for america only or what? Read the review on google play…something wrong with Google

  • melhiore

    Another Google fail… Available only in the US… Shame on you Google, shame on you…

  • Kal-toh

    not available in my country? ohh kaay

  • Jrisch

    Not available in the UK.Shame on you, Google!

  • daniel UK

    No UK version! Just goes to show what they think to the rest of the world…in today’s tech environment it’s a case of “Google cannot translate” lol!

  • Marko

    The f.. Not available in my country? I thought this s*** was basically in the past.

  • Off Dot Line

    Not available in the US WTF!

  • Alan Clarke

    Can’t download in UK wtf why advertise it then numb nuts

  • Hamid

    It’s an adv. why we shall pay for it?

  • Jerry George

    Bitch all you like about country specific apps, there are some on Google that aren’t available in the US market, too. For instance, ChatBot – the thing available to us here in America is text only and stupid, not connected to Google or anything else.