While HTC Sense started off as a user interface overlay to make the experience of using a HTC phone more enjoyable, the company has since expanded the service with the launch of the HTCSense.com portal. Now HTC’s head of user experience, Drew Bamford, has provided some additional insight as to where the company is headed with Sense. According to him, some additional services are on the way, including music and video content services, not to mention access to newspapers, magazines and eBooks. HTC is also planning to launch its own video chat service, similar to Apple’s FaceTime, not to mention some other services that focus on home entertainment. Sounds like some nice improvements and we’re looking forward to some new innovation from HTC.
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