It’s funny how things work out. For the past few weeks I’ve been pretty exhausted by all the travel and I’ve had just gotten into a routine. I haven’t been sleeping as well and have been dealing with some minor setbacks. This week has been a roller coaster ride of emotions and stress, but I’m starting to feel a bit better.
The HTC Sense is a “home” feature that enables users to access their home network, and to change its default settings. On the HTC Sense website, it gives a little intro and then says: “The HTC Sense Home is the most complete and sophisticated home experience available on any smartphone.” So they went with the home icon when they first released it.
Well, I’m a bit more pissed than Im about the error. I had HTC Sense on my phone for a good 4 years before my HTC One X died, and I’m not going to get an update to Sense that adds more features to my home screen. I’m looking forward to my HTC One X that is getting Sense8 and Sense9, but the big problem is I probably won’t be using it until March 2012, or maybe even later than that.
As it turns out, Sense 4 will allow you to bring up your homescreen from any of your apps, and your homescreen will be part of your home screen. So you can use your home screen to launch a search, open a picture gallery, open Facebook, etc.
Even so, Sense 4 is the sort of feature that I wouldn’t be surprised to see in my HTC One X. In fact I am sure it’s already on the One X — you just haven’t seen it yet.
What you can also do is launch widgets that you want to have always on your homescreen. If you want a widget to be always on your homescreen, you can add it to the homescreen manually and set that widget to always do this.
This might be the most interesting feature of Sense 4. If you want to always have something on your homescreen, you can add it to the homescreen manually and set that widget to always do this.
So if you want to have a widget always on your homescreen, you can add it to the homescreen manually and set that widget to always do this.
On this one I don’t know why Sense4 has to be so hard to explain. Of course Sense4 has always on widget support, but it has an option to only display widgets you actually want every time you open the app. This is something that Sense 1 and 2 only had, and it was pretty basic. Even now that Sense 4 comes out, you can’t simply download Sense 1 and 2 in order to be able to have Sense 4 automatically display your widgets.
This is a bit of a silly thing, but it’s because Sense is a widget based system. You can only add widgets to the homescreen manually, and Sense is pretty much exclusively widget based.