Are you the proud owner of an HTC One (M7) on AT&T? Then we’re here to cheer up your Wednesday by informing you that the Sense 6 update is now rolling out to your device. The update should bring a flatter, more modern look as well as adding several new features like BlinkFeed tags and ... Read More »
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Heads up, AT&T HTC One (M7) owners, because it looks like you’ll soon have an update coming your way.
Hey HTC One (M7) owners on Sprint and Verizon! How would you like a mid-week pick-me-up to help you over the hump that is Wednesday? Sprint and Verizon are happy to oblige, as they’ve announced ... Read More »
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Heads up, HTC One (M7) owners on Verizon, because your week is about to get a lot better.
HTC’s kept pretty busy lately updating its One family of devices with new features, treating the Developer Edition and unlocked versions of the One (M7) to Sense 6 and giving AT&T’s One (M8) variant an Extreme Power Saving mode. Now it’s time for T-Mobile ... Read More »
Earlier this month, HTC refreshed its Software Updates page with information on the HTC One (M7)’s Sense 6 upgrade, revealing that most models had officially entered the “Integration” stage of the upgrade process. Now HTC has updated the page, revealing that ... Read More »
Many Android enthusiasts buy the Nexus line of devices not for the low price, but for stock Android. It’s pretty much the only way to get stock Android and quick updates straight from Google anymore, though the Moto X comes fairly close. The pure Google experience is something special, a light and fast interface with ... Read More »
We’re pretty sure that HTC would like every single one of its HTC One (M7) customers to upgrade to the HTC One (M8), but they do realize that there are millions that will keep their older phone for another 6-12 months. In an effort to make that time more enjoyable, HTC will ... Read More »
We all love Android because of its power and flexibility. Unfortunately, the flexibility aspect of Google’s mobile operating system has been contorted and misused, giving phone and tablet owners a user experience that’s bloated and unintuitive.
If we turn the clock back a few years to when Android was still learning to crawl, HTC introduced ... Read More »