There are some manufacturers these days who intend to push out updates in the form of apps on platforms such as the Google Play Store instead of rolling out these changes in the form of a firmware update. This move would allow the app to be downloaded at the user’s convenience without having to wait (patiently at ties) for a carrier update. HTC has jumped aboard the bandwagon with their HTC Sense Input app that can now be downloaded from the Google Play Store.
The HTC Sense Input app is the default keyboard for HTC devices, where it will boast of support for Google Extract View in landscape mode, in addition to offering ,ru/.ro/.nl on Russian/Romanian/Dutch URL keyboards, all the while supporting handwriting manual submit mode, among others.
In fact, this QWERTY keyboard will also pick up the various nuances along the way based on your typing abilities, enabling you to type faster while making fewer mistakes. Not only that, it also enables one to take advantage of the Swype-style Trace feature, so that you can always free up one other hand.
This new app will be compatible with the HTC One (M8) and HTC One (M7), as well as work on other HTC Desire models. Do take note, however, that Google Play edition models will not be compatible with it.