Most folks who have used different Android-powered smartphones might probably lean with HTC’s special touch in tweaking the stock Android user interface through HTC Sense, and it seems that this user interface enhancement will be getting an update in the form of HTC Sense 4.0, where this version has already undergone a preview. Apparently, some of the features of HTC Sense 4.0 will include a Smart Sync option that will analyze and learn your email behavior, adjusting push-notifications accordingly in order to maximize battery life for those who are light users, and making sure heavy users are always on top of their emails at all times. Not only that, the homescreen will also deliver landscape support, while 50GB free cloud storage is made available via Dropbox, complete with advanced integration with HTC applications.
Not only that, you can also turn on the guest mode to make it feel like Windows in a sense, where acquaintances who use your phone will have restricted access to data inside your phone. There is also a 3D task switcher to make it look more suave, and so far initial impressions of HTC Sense 4.0 has been in positive territory.
Next Story: Samsung teams up with Jays
- 2014-04-15: Galaxy S5 Versus HTC One M8, iPhone 5s, Nexus 5 In Torture Test
- 2014-04-15: Sense 6 Gets Ported Onto Nexus 5
- 2014-04-14: Sense 6.0 Arriving On HTC One By End Of May
- 2014-04-08: HTC One Review (M8)
- 2014-04-08: HTC M8 Ace Leaked
- 2014-03-16: HTC Sense 6.0 Allegedly Spotted Online
- 2013-09-16: HTC Sense 5.5 User Interface Rumored To Have Leaked
- 2013-09-16: Droid DNA Getting Android 4.2 With Sense 5 Soon On Verizon
- 2013-02-28: Sense 5.0 Arriving On HTC One X, One X+, One S And HTC Butterfly
- 2013-02-13: Alleged HTC G2 Screenshot Depicts Sense 5.0