10 years ago, the search engine giant Google introduced the Android KitKat 4.4 version of the operating system for the mobiles which are powering by the world’s most favourite OS.
It was the first Android operating system that enabled users to select their favourite launcher along with the introduction of full screen video playback and more. It is currently having just one percentage of the total mobile devices which means a very small amount of users are using the operating system at the moment of time.
Well, that means Android KitKat is around the corner of its last stages and Google is also confirming that the life span is almost completed as the support for the Google Play Services for Android KitKat 4.4 is now dropped.
It is officially revealed that API levels 19 and 20 will not receive APK versions beyond 23.30.99 and this will be starting from next month which means August of this year.
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