HTC’s launcher implements a few predictive capabilities that we’ve seen pop up over the past year or two in apps such as Aviate and EverythingMe. The homescreen widget displays the apps it thinks you’re most likely to need at home, work, or when traveling. It’s joined by an updated lockscreen (a separate app), which dishes out recommendations to places where you might want to grab a bite to eat.
It’s still available with a swipe from the left. You can also better customize it and the rest of the launcher thanks to HTC themes that change icons and colors.
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