This week has witnessed a futuristic Android 4.4.1 KitKat update for the Nexus 5, nexus 4 and Nexus 7 smartphones, which was recently spotted in the server logs.Android 4.4 Kitkat

It was 9to5Google which discovered the software and spotted these three devices in the analytics section that ran the advanced version of KitKat. The unknown sources have confirmed that it would be released very soon in the near future. The news has been leaked before even Google announcing the launch of Android 4.4 KitKat OS version for all the smartphones and handsets in official mode. It should be noted here that an unknown device, apart from these Nexus smartphones, was also seen to be running in the analytics on KitKat update, as per the report of 9to5Google.

According to the latest Twitter post updated by LLabTooFer, HTC ROM Developer, HTC One Google Play Edition will also receive the same OS version of Android 4.4.1 very soon or in the near future. This firmware will be known as KOT49E.

Although nothing has been made official by the Google about this latest OS yet speculations speak volumes about the software improvements and the essential bug fixes which will allow the handsets to run very much smoothly.

This update is aimed at bringing all the Android smartphone and tablet users on the same ground when it comes to speed processing for the same build.

Android apps for Google Chrome

It should be also noted here that Google Chrome Android apps will be released in its latest beta version, sometimes in January next year. Michael Mocny is heading the project of ‘Mobile Chrome Apps’ but Lead Dev Relations to Chrome Apps, Joe Marini has murmured something special for the beta version in January.

One thing that Google want with the Chrome apps is to give some ultimate touch before they strike Apple’s App Store and Google Play, which is ought to run on latest Android versions like 4.4. At the earliest stage, Google rolled out desktop Chrome apps that were completely based on CSS, HTML and JavaScript. These chrome apps may also run outside the browser.