Tag Archives: Sense UI

HTC announces OpenSense program at HTCdev.com

Today, June 2nd, HTC has announced a new website that will be hosting some interesting tools (sometime in the future) aimed at helping developers feel right at home with Sense UI. The website is HTCdev.com, and the tools will be available in the HTCdev Developer Center as the OpenSense SDK. From HTCdev: The HTC OpenSense SDK will allow developers… Read more

HTC Sensation 4G landing June 8?

Leaks happen. It’s a part of the industry in some aspect. And while we may usually learn of a release date or device, or both, from an inventory screen or pamphlet, this time around it seems that Google AdWords is the reason we may have a lock on when the recently announced HTC Sensation 4G will be hitting store shelves. According to a recent hit, AdWords… Read more

HTC’s Sense 3.0 coming only to new handsets

When you’re talking about Android and HTC, it’s almost impossible not to mention the manufacturer’s proprietary user interface, called Sense. Many people believe it’s one of the reasons Android hit it off so well. And if you purchased the HTC EVO Shift, or even the HTC ThunderBolt recently you may think that your device is well-equipped to get any… Read more

HTC looking to add features to lock screen in Sense UI

When it comes to HTC, adding any kind of improvements to their Sense user interface means they’re trying to make (arguably) the best UI better. If a new report is true, then it looks like that’s exactly what the manufacturer is doing. AllThingsD is reporting that HTC plans on adding a few tweaks to the Sense lock screen. Namely, they want to make it easier… Read more