HTC Evo View 4G – Apps And Features

HTC Evo View 4G – Of course, there are several factors to consider when trying to navigate your way through the Evo View 4G news app. The first and foremost, being overall readability. As is the case with most smart phones, finger smudges on the Evo View 4G’s touch screen can make it hard to read small text. But luckily if you use some HTC Evo View 4G accessories, you can be sure to know that you’ll be able to clean those finger smudges off. This is done with the self-cleaning, HTC Evo View 4G case. Basically, each time you close the case, it automatically removes any fingerprints or minor oil spots.

Another issue is in regards with the battery power. Although HTC advertises that the Evo View 4G has up to 10 hours of battery life, some news applications use up a lot of power. For this reason, it is really important to keep your HTC Evo View 4G charger with you always, especially if you’re one of those people who always check the news.

One of the best, and fastest ways to get access to a specific local news publication is through RSS feed applications available in the HTC App Store. {There are a wide range of applications developed for this very purpose.}Perhaps the most popular news application is Google Reader. Developed by the mobile software engineers at Google, the Reader app allows you to sync all RSS feeds directly from your Google Reader account. You can even search for and subscribe to specific local news events from the Google Reader application.

Another popular RSS feed Evo View 4G app is NewsRack. In a nutshell, NewsRack performs a similar function to Google Reader. It syncs all your subscriptions from Google Reader as well as any publication-specific content across the web. Perhaps the main benefit that this one has over Google Reader is the customizable options. But of course, the problem with this is that it has a 4.99 price tag, which is pretty high consider the Google app is free.

And if you like public radio news, you can  use the NPR app. Whether you’re searching for a local radio show, or a way to get hard news on a national level, this app gives you full-access to all things NPR. The app itself is free of charge, and allows you access to a combination of radio and text-based news stories. Additionally, the app gives you the ability to browse, subscribe and stream NPR stations in your city or region.

Finally, with all the advancements in new media technology for the Evo View 4G, there is the chance that your local news station has its own Evo View 4G app. There are a few ways to access these applications. The first method is to simply search for your local news channel or publication in the HTC App Store. The second, and less common method, is to visit your local news organization’s web page.

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