Anyone who's used a HTC phone will be familiar with the tailor-made Android skins and apps that come loaded the handset, but now the company wants to push them out into the wider Android landscape.
Its first task is to create an Android-friendly version of Zoe, the HTC app that is able to compile 16 pictures or videos into a neat little highlight video - something that HTC said would happen when it launched the M8.
That will arrive this week, but only for high-end handsets running Android 4.4. Otherr apps, including Blinkfeed, are expected to follow down the line.
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