Design The Taiwanese firm’s long history with smartphones has given it an advantage with its UI design. It bears a very close resemblance to Android’s stock UI but comes with its distinct flavour. Sorting apps based on alphabetical order (not unique to HTC) and realigning the size of the apps grid give it a decent level of customisation without being too in your face.
Blinkfeed The pride and joy of HTC’s UI design is seen in its BlinkFeed. Simply calling it a news aggregator won’t do it justice, because BlinkFeed is much more than that. Besides integrating your social networks into the feed, it also goes through your calendar entries. The powerful feature intelligently highlights your meetings, showing you the things that matter most at that particular point in time. And it helps that the interface is perhaps one of the most beautiful we’ve ever seen, second to Flipboard.
Htc Zoe Pretty pictures aren’t enough for HTC. Trust them to give you more imaging options to improve HTC Sense. In particular, HTC’s Zoe gives users a more creative canvas to work with, capturing a series of photos in succession and videos. The effect? You’ll get shots even before the shutter button is tapped.
Fitbit Integration The number of steps you’ve taken or climbed could see a potential rise with this year’s smartphones. HTC’s integration of its motion sensors with Fitbit makes sense – going with a tried and tested fitness app is more likely to get existing Fitbit users interested. Unlike in-house Samsung’ S Health and LG Health apps, which you’ll probably be downloading more updates as the months pass.
Motion Launch Gestures Taking inspiration from LG’s Knock On feature, HTC’s motion launch gestures also utilises the double tap function to awaken the phone. But there’s more to this – a left swipe launches the widget panel, while going right brings up BlinkFeed. An upward swipe unlocks the phone, or swipe downwards to activate the voice dialing function.
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