It’s no secret that HTC has been struggling to make an impact on the mobile industry with its new devices. A report now suggests that the company is looking to take radical steps in order to bring in some money from its mobile wing. It is being said that the company’s BlinkFeed homescreen could soon
HTC recently made a few of its native Sense 6.0 apps available on the Play Store so as to make it easier to update them in the future. This move is already reaping great benefits as the manufacturer has now rolled out updates to its BlinkFeed and Gallery applications with some new changes. The updates
It’s weird, we expected both HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4’s sequels to knock our socks off, enthrall and amaze with major upgrades like Quad HD display resolutions, bonkers 4 GB RAM modules, OIS cameras and significantly boosted Snapdragon 805 processors, but at the end of the day the One (M8) and Galaxy S5… just
HTC apps such as BlinkFeed and Zoe which are exclusive to the Sense firmware will soon be coming to other Android devices via the Google Play store. This was revealed in the company’s recent press release of the HTC One M8 stating that “Following its popularity with HTC users, HTC will now make HTC BlinkFeed
When Samsung unveiled the somewhat underwhelming Galaxy S5, HTC brashly suggested buyer’s remorse will be coming soon to early adopters of the “next big thing”. They also promised competition will be “one-upped” by the sequel to the outstanding if not underrated 2013 HTC One, raising the bar of expectations way beyond the company’s real potential.
Evleaks has struck again, this time with a leaked screenshot of the upcoming HTC M8 handset. This screenshot shows off the Blinkfeed homescreen, which is standard with all HTC devices since the HTC One, in a new format. Not a lot has been changed in terms of visibility apart from minor tweaks, but it’s clear