Last week, T-Mobile users started getting the Sense UI 6.0 on their HTC One M7 edition. Soon it will be Verizon's turn to unleash the update upon their subscribers some time this week. Continue Reading...
Rolling out a bit ahead of schedule, some owners of last year's HTC One are now receiving their promised Sense 6.0 update. While it doesn't exactly bring the older device up to the same level of functionality as the the HTC One
HTC has a midrange problem. The One M8 is a great phone, but it's a flagship which means it's expensive. It's also big, with a 5-inch screen and those frequently-commented-on big bezels top and bottom. Arriving to hopefully save
Just a week ago we saw how close HTC was to getting the latest Sense UI version on last year's HTC One and its family. Now, the manufacturer has rather silently updated that status, putting the Certification label for most, but
The Nexus 5 was made to be played around with and nowhere is that fact more evident than in the number of custom ROMs available for the smartphone. Now another one joins the ranks, bringing along with it a so far rare feature:
Stock Android is great. I’m a big fan, and am typically pretty critical of OEM overlays, eschewing them for Nexus at just about every turn. With the HTC One (M8), you’ll get Sense 6.0, which is HTC’s latest take on Android.
If you've been enamored by some of the apps on the brand new HTC One M8 but don't want to switch phones just for that, then there is a sliver of hope for you. Over at XDA, the process of extracting the said apps and libraries has
A leaked video shows what may be a new Sense UI for the upcoming HTC One refresh. In the video, we can see the newest Android skin from HTC may be getting some useful tweaks, and pinching a bit of utility from other handsets.
It is always good news when devices that don't always make it to the headlines still get some much needed love. This time it's the HTC One SV's turn as it receives an update that brings its software to a more recent Android 4.2
Bigger is better, right? That's what HTC is hoping with the One max, the phablet version of its One flagship and a direct challenge to Samsung's Galaxy Note 3. A 5.9-inch screen makes for a sizable device, and HTC has used the