Google Experience Launcher is no doubt one of the major changes introduced in Android 4.4 KitKat. You can now have an unlimited number of Android home screens on the Android 4.4 KitKat. Another difference compared to previous versions of Android Launcher is that you can have an instant access to Google Now. Just a swipe from left to right and you are home.
How would you have an unlimited number of android home screens as apparently, by default, KitKat comes only with two home screens. Since there are no visual buttons / icons or any help guides, adding a new home screen seems to be slightly tedious and confusing. But, not to worry. Here we will show you how you can add another android home screen on KitKat much easier than you might have assumed.
To add a new home screen on Android 4.4 KitKat, simply tap and hold on an icon and then drag it to the rightmost part of the screen. Where you drop that icon, Google Experience Launcher will automatically add a new home screen there and any new home screens would be added automatically thereon.
To remove a home screen on Android 4.4 KitKat, simply remove all the icons and widgets from a home screen that you want to delete as the launcher automatically deletes any empty home screens.
There is however no default home screen setting up option. Regardless, you can bring your Android 4.4 home screen back to the first home screen every time you press the Home Button.