HTC has been more than willing to release some of its more popular apps into the Google Play store as stand-alone services, and the trend continues with its traditionally built-in browser.
On Tuesday, January 13, HTC officially made its proprietary browser available to download through the Google Play store. The app itself is called “HTC Internet,” but HTC is more than willing to call it “HTC Browser” in the description of the app, just to make things easy to follow. As far as features go, the new app is pretty straightforward:
- 1. Text reflow: Depending on zoom levels, text will be wrapped to fit the width of the screen for easy browsing.
- 2. Read later: Save an article to read later, even when connection is off.
- 3. Redesigned interface that’s clean and easy to read.
There are plenty of browsers within the Google Play store, but for anyone who has used HTC’s proprietary option and liked it, it’s now available for free.