HTC One Apps, Tips and tricks

HTC One Apps, Tips and tricks

In this video I wanted to give you some tips and tricks and talk about some apps which I would install on the HTC one.
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A video walkthough filled with some of the must know tips and tricks for the HTC One. A written guide with screenshots is available here - http://thehandheld...

42 thoughts on “HTC One Apps, Tips and tricks”

  1. hate htc for not putting a bigger battery in this jewel. Immagine if it had
    like 50 % more battery or something like that.

  2. You Made A Mistake You Can Put The Percentage On If You Go To Settings So
    In Ma Opinion That Battery App Is Useless

  3. And does it cost your battery as well? Your apps? I had to turn of all the
    AUTO setting to save my battery. Otherwise it can’t be used by 5 hours.

  4. You should write the name of the app that you’re suggesting on the video.
    Some people can understand what you’re saying better.

  5. That wasn’t the case in 4.1.2 which was loaded on the phone at the time of
    making the video. It has only been introduced in 4.2.2

  6. Interesting, but I think you need to learn how to use the phone before
    doing your review. If you you tap the home button when in blickfeed it will
    take you to the top without having to scroll all the way up!

  7. The only way I was able to find it was to search for it through Google on
    the phone or look at the app manager but I can’t find a way to put it in my
    app drawer or homescreens :(

  8. Nice ! Learned a few things as this isn’t the most intuitive phone after
    coming from a Samsung Galaxy II. Thanks.

  9. Instead of scrolling up on blink feed you can tap the top right near the
    time and it will take you right to the top

  10. Did you only spend 5 minutes with the phone before making this video? A lot
    of the info you give is inaccurate.

  11. i am a very happy owner of an HTC One, but i believe there should have been
    a more attractive music player widget

  12. Mine never syncs when im not using it. There is an auto refresh option in
    the Blinkfeed settings, set that it to WiFi.

  13. I actually love Blink Feed too. I just wish I’d be able to add my own RSS
    streams. But I love it nonetheless, especially to read through Twitter.

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