Good news for owners of the original HTC One (M7) because the HTC Sense 6.0 update has begun rolling out for their smartphone. It's release puts the HTC One in line with the HTC One M8 because Android KitKat has already been released for original unibody aluminium smartphone.
HTC Sense 6.0 is already available to those with unlocked version of the HTC One, as well as those on Three and O2. It's not quite available to HTC One owners on EE and Vodafone, but its release shouldn't be too far away because the update is currently listed as being 'integrated'.
Users should receive a notification automatically when the latest version of HTC's software becomes available, but you can also check for it manually in Settings >> About Phone >> Software Update.
The user-interface has been updated and simplified making it easier than ever to use your HTC One. Applications have been colour-coded for easier navigation, the apps tray is redesigned, there are now multiple themes available and you can now choose between 3 pre-installed fonts.
Blinkfeed has been updated and now features smooth continuous scrolling, an enhanced sidebar and includes nearby restaurant recommendations. You can now find photos faster in the Gallery thanks to image matching and point-of-interest locations on the Map view.
The camera application is now quicker and easier to use and the Zoe mode now functions as a 3-in-1 camera solution. While, HTC Sense TV now features live sports scores, stats and social media integration. And finally the Music, Mail, Message, Calendar and Phone apps have all been improved.
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