By GeoffreyFarinha | July 26, 2010 8:00 PM
In our unboxing video of the HTC Wildfire, we had the opportunity to power on the device for the first time and give you a brief introduction to this device’s software. In part 1 of our software overview we now dive further into exploring the Android OS and the HTC Sense skin.
Sense is a skin created by HTC for use on many of their Android devices. Sense makes Android user friendly by adding new widgets, more home screens, and by streamlining certain menus and functions. Many of HTC’s custom widgets include stocks, news, weather, and the acclaimed flip-clock on the home screen. What’s more is you can still install applications of your choosing from the Android Market.
If you haven’t used HTC Sense yet this will be a great tour for you. If you have, you may even learn a thing or two! Also, stay tuned for our upcoming hardware overview!