On Google Play you can download almost everything to make most Android devices look and feel just like a Nexus. From Chrome Browser, the Google Keyboard, Play Music/Movies/Books to Google Drive and Keep, plus many more apps that bring the latest Android functionality to the majority of phones.
Except there is one glaring omission, and that’s the launcher – or user interface. If the latest rumour is to be believed, then that’s about to change with the imminent release of Google Experience, Google’s own launcher.
This will tie together all of the apps that Google has been unbundling from the Android operating system over the last year, allowing for faster updates as the individual apps are easier to improve upon separately, rather than waiting for an update to the operating system every few months.
It also means that anyone can build their own stock Android device based on the latest release, no matter what brand of phone or tablet that they have. The Google Experience user interface, initially featuring Android 4.4 KitKat, is one of the last pieces that’s needed to achieve this goal.
What do you think of this rumour? Google Experience Android 4.4 for everyone? Let us know in the comments!