This weekend, an update to the 2013 Droid family of devices began rolling out, though a list of what exactly was new (other than the bump up to the newest version of KitKat) was absent at the time. Finally, both Verizon and Motorola have posted up a Droid family Android 4.4.4 update changelog on their sites.
Unfortunately, this update (build number 21.11.21) one’s centered around bloatware, but there is other stuff. VZ Cloud and Visual Voicemail have been updated, which I’m sure leaves the three people using those apps on their Droids pleased. The Isis mobile wallet app has also been added — a random thing to note is that the name of this app will be changing soon, as Isis doesn’t want to be affiliated with a terrorist group under the same name.
Now let’s move on to the good stuff. Android 4.4.4 KitKat has been added, of course, which is basically just a bunch of bug fixes on top of 4.4.2. The camera has also been improved with improved image quality and the ability to pause video recording.
A Bluetooth connectivity issue has been fixed, and you can now download the Motorola Alert app on your phone through the Play Store.
Go grab the update!