With every new release of a software update, there are bound to be better stuff coming your way, although sometimes one can hit a snafu as well. Of course, fans (and non-fans alike) of the HTC Sense UI would be interested to know what’s new and coming their way, and here’s a quick look at the list. Apart from the new lock screen that makes things more efficient since you can head on towards a dedicated app instead of unlocking your display and loading up the relevant app, there are also the zoetrope tile animation, HTC’s very own e-book reader that is uncreatively known as the Reader, Quick Settings access and even a newer Sense UI weather for a cleaner look with new animations. There are many other additions and improvements as well, so you might want to check it out for yourself if you’re running an Android-powered device with HTC Sense UI.
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