Continuing the strategy of releasing the Sense apps in Google Play for easy and quick updates, HTC has published its browser app “HTC Internet” in the Google Play store. The application can now be downloaded on the compatible HTC Android smartphones for free and brings a few improvements over the bundled browser version.
As per the change-log provided on Google Play, the latest version of HTC Internet includes text-reflow support, read later and a redesigned user-interface.
Re camera gets YouTube live-streaming support
In related news, HTC recently pushed out an updated version of the Re Camera app in Google Play, which brings support for direct video live-streaming to YouTube from Re action camera.
“The live streaming feature is a simple-to-use and handy add-on to get the most out of video capture, making it easy to broadcast a piano recital, snorkeling adventure, puppy cam and more. With the RE app, sign in to your YouTube channel and activate live streaming. Once verified, broadcasting from your RE is a snap. Any live footage you wish to share is transmitted directly from RE to your smartphone, which then sends your broadcast to your YouTube channel,” HTC explained in a press note.