HTC’s Sense Adds Pinch Zooming on Android 2.1 Home Screen [VIDEO]
Ask around and you’ll find that most Android enthusiasts are fans of what HTC did with Sense UI. Rather than pumping out stock Android handsets void of any character, they poured all kinds of things into Android. Not only did it refresh the interface, but it added features as well. Sense is not just a skin on top of Android. So as the plain vanilla Android experience continues to evolve and get prettier, what happens to Sense?
Nick over at HTC Source happened upon a video this morning that shows Android 2.1 running with Sense on top of it. The guy in this sideway video is running the latest release on his Hero.
Where Google’s WebOS-like cards give added function to the desktop experience, HTC gives it a slight boost. Skip to around 6:50 into the clip below and you’ll see a pinch-to-zoom feature that pulls all 7 homescreens up with previews. Tap the widget or screen and presto! You’re there. Yes, we know. Swiping doesn’t take all that long to get from one end to the other. It’s still nice to see HTC doing their part to push Android further.
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