It seems like we won’t be able to contain the surprises that the famous Taiwanese HTC company has in store for us. First it was the abrupt name change from HTC M7 to HTC One, and then came the amazing trade in offer, this was later on followed by the rather surprising but all in all pleasant innovation which enabled the iPhone users to transfer their backup files seamlessly into their new HTC One. If you thought that was enough here comes the upper cut, HTC is planning on introducing the Dashwire feature to their Android users. If you are a technology enthusiast, Dashwire should not come as a big surprise to you. It was a technology that was adapted before but dwindled along the way. HTC are mere retrieving it from the archives and trying to upgrade it to meet up with the recent trends in technology.
In the attempt of bringing more applications to their users, HTC bought the Dashwire app and decided to shelve it. The app simply allows you to have an easy time when it comes to setting up your device. I am pretty much sure that most of the Smartphone users upon switching on their new devices do encounter a rather tough time. One stands a chance of installing a lot of applications and creating unnecessary folders within their devices. With this feature installed, you will be able to fixe such issues and make it a thing of the past. The service also allows you to easily transfer your information and settings from one device to another. If the reports are correct, HTC is planning to avail this awesome technology to all the leading Android Smartphone makers.
With this these kinds of surprises still coming, one can only expect more. I can assure you that you have not heard anything yet. We will have to wait and see for ourselves.