Google Experience: the new application launcher Android 4.4 KitKat?

Update: the screen shots below were conducted on the basis of rumors.

Along with the recent escape of Nexus 5 SFR, it would seem that new information and screenshots directly related to Android 4.4 KitKat have emerged this weekend on the canvas. Of these, mention may find a slight redesign of the Android application launcher that had been renamed Google Experience.

In addition to containing some notable features and capabilities, our fellow Android Police are considering the upcoming availability of the launcher “Google Experience” on the Play Store. Our colleagues launched this hypothesis after realized that the root of the name Google Experience initially com.android.gel was amended in com.google.android.gel. Generally, when an official application carries a “.google” at its root, it means that the application is already available on the Play Store.

In addition to these changes, here are the supposed features of Google Experience

The pages will theoretically endless and will be added automatically as soon as they need a new space

The files can accommodate a larger number of icons (which may be infinite)

The arrival of transparency on the navigation bar and status bar (like Android 4.2.2 on Samsung Galaxy)

Google Search (Google Now) could now be integrated with the launcher Google Experience

Integrating a new tab dedicated to research (far left) where you could also add quick reminders

As we have understood, Android 4.4 KitKat seems to be emerging as a more smoothed version than previous with new mechanics at the interface of some Google widgets. Who knows, maybe will benefit application developers!

Left Android 4.4 KitKat and right Android 4.3 Jelly Bean

After creating the widget, Google Experience can access all the data that is displayed.

Speaking of more smooth interface, you also know that

the Google Now widget will open up more in a new page (see above comparison)

when adding applications or widgets to the desktop, the automatically added pages will always be empty

folders containing more than 16 icons can now scroll vertically

adding the widget from the menu of applications will not be possible (return of the famous long press office!)

Although it should take this as a rumor, do not forget that some of these features / capabilities are subject to change by the hypothetical official release Experience Google Play Store. For now, it is still too early to assume a release date, although she may be done sooner than we think.