HTC’s Internet browser app has just landed on the Google Play Store, with only HTC devices mentioned in the compatibility list. Much like the company’s Blinkfeed, Clock, Gallery and several other apps, this will make it easier for the manufacturer to roll out updates to the application whenever necessary. Thanks to bringing apps to the Play Store, users will not have to wait for a full system update to bring new changes to the device.
Although most users prefer the Chrome browser on Android by default, this might be worth a try (only if you own an HTC device, remember). Below are some of the features that HTC’s default web browser comes with:
- Text reflow: Depending on zoom levels, text will be wrapped to fit the width of the screen for easy browsing.
- Read later: Save an article to read later, even when connection is off.
- Redesigned interface that’s clean and easy to read
Do you use HTC’s Internet Browser? If yes, what do you make of its utility?
Source: Google Play Store
Via: Phone Dog