If you happen to be carrying the HTC One (M8) around, then you might be interested to know that Taiwanese company HTC has begun to roll out a new update to the HTC Gallery app, where users will now have the ability to adjust the UFocus intensity. For what seems to be the longest time, this has been a feature that many people have requested, since the UFocus function tends to lean a little bit more on the extreme side when it comes to bokeh, which I am quite sure might have ruined some of your photos in the past. Well, the latest app update will introduce a slider bar which enables one to select just how much bokeh you would require.
Apart from that, any other HTC device that has Sense 6 running on them, too, will be on the receiving end of new features which will not need the Duo Camera. Sense 6 devices will now be able to utilize both the Dimension Plus and Pan 360 features, where the former would see the addition of a minor 3D effect to your photos, giving you the opportunity to manipulate them by tilting them a wee bit, while Pan 360 happens to be HTC’s own take on PhotoSphere. So far, Pan 360 has received some favorable remarks, citing it to work better compared to PhotoSphere.
Apart from that, this particular update will also see the regular slew of “improvements” that will, in all probability, arrive with its fair share of bug fixes as well as performance tweaks.