HTC has revealed that it will release Blinkfeed and Zoe applications for Android devices from other manufacturers. While, the announcement about Blinkfeed’s upcoming expanded availability was made in HTC One (M8) launch press release, the company shared the plans about Zoe with The Verge.
There is no word on the when exactly will these apps be available for non-HTC devices. The company has already released both the apps in Google Play but right now they are only compatible with select HTC devices.
To remind you, HTC Blinkfeed allows users to read their social feeds, calendar events, news, music and content all in one place. Users can also easily find and subscribe to new media sources, in addition to instantly creating custom feeds on any topic. On the other hand,
HTC has also announced that it plans to turn the Zoe app to a fully-fledged cloud-service later this year. “In 2014, Zoe will evolve into a cloud-based service. Upload Zoe Videos for all to see, and invite friends to add their own photos, videos and music to share incredible highlight reels of classic moments,” HTC noted in the M8 press release.