HTC TouchFlo 3D Upgrade Has Many New Features

IntoMobile has gotten a sneak peak at the new HTC TouchFlo 3D, the upgrade to the current home-screen HTC plug-in found on newer pocket pc phones such as the HTC Fuze. The new version allows for a lot more customization, as well as to customize which tabs appear on your phone. Additionally, there are a few new features, such as the addition of a Stocks tab to keep tab on your investments. It also features a new feature called “pushed internet”, the feature only pre-caches websites you pre-select so you can easily access the website quickly. Additionally now, the People tab is now integrated with all communications from a contact. Unfortunately there was no option to embed the video, but you can check it out here.


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