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HTC To Launch HTCdev Developer Center, OpenSense SDK

HTC is always working hard to bring new devices to consumers, however, lately they have been focusing on Android developers. Awhile back around the time the Flyer and Evo View 4G were announced, HTC had announced that they would be giving developers the opportunity to get involved with HTC’s pen based Scribe technology.

Today, HTC has announced HTCdev, along with the pending release of their OpenSense SDK.

The HTC OpenSense SDK will allow developers to harness software and hardware innovations on HTC phones to develop more deeply integrated mobile apps and experiences. Altogether, you’ll have access to documentation, sample code, APIs and more importantly, the support and inspiration of the HTCdev community.

At the moment not much is actually known about this program, but we do look forward to the launch when we will be a ble to learn more. If you are interested on this upcoming feature from HTC, you can head to their HTCdev website and be alerted when the program is launched. This is definitely something new and could be quite intriguing when it does officially launch. Let us know what your thoughts on it are in the comments below.


Android Central

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