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    Last week we reported that HTC is planning on releasing BlinkFeed and Zoe to the Google Play Store -- and available for installation on non-HTC devices. Pause for a moment and let that sink it. It's a huge deal. Sure, they're just apps, so there's no reason that they couldn't be distributed through the Play Store, they simply haven't been in the past. There are many reasons why an OEM might choose to keep their apps exclusive to their devices. On the other side of that coin, there are many reasons why an OEM should publish their apps through the Play Store. To publish? Apps that are ...

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    HTC BlinkFeed. From vocal revulsion to grudging acceptance to quiet praise, the community’s feelings about HTC’s custom news and social stream have come quite a ways in the year since it was introduced. Now, after a full point upgrade and many enhancements, BlinkFeed on Sense 6 stands ready to help you waste some time – and we're here to show you how to help it help you. If you’re new to an HTC smartphone and apathetic to the tech scene, your first question will probably be: what is BlinkFeed? The easiest answer is that it's analogous the Facebook News Feed or the familiar ...

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    The new HTC One is here, and not just the phone's hardware itself, but also its new software. The One arrives running Sense 6.0, which will soon be going out to existing HTC models. In our review of the smartphone, we went into some depth looking at the full extent of the software HTC's bundled in, including things like the BlinkFeed content aggregator and Zoe for creating effortless highlight reels. While Sense is going to remain an HTC exclusive, that's not necessarily true for the rest of this software, and today we hear that HTC intends to make both BlinkFeed and Zoe available in the ...

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    BlinkFeed is HTC's way of gathering everything that's important to you on a single screen, in a tile-like representation of scrollable topics, which can include your social life as well as news. If you have an HTC One chances are you're already using BlinkFeed and if you're preparing to just now get your unit means that we're there right on time. We're happy to announce that Pocketnow is officially featured on HTC's BlinkFeed. In order to get our latest content, whether it is news, reviews, editorial, or one of our shows, go to BlinkFeed, drag down to access the configuration button, ...

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