HTC at its event announced its first 13MP selfie-focused smartphone, the Desire Eye and introduced the world with its RE camera and Eye Experience capabilities as well, alongside Zoe feature that will be available as an Android app.
Zoe is the first of HTC’s portfolio of app to be rolled out on multiple platforms. The Zoe app is out of Beta and is now available to download from Google Plys store for Android handsets. The latest upgrade to the Android app, Zoe brings new design and option to capture Zoes by selecting different lenghths.
You can now capture short, medium and long Zoes, that can be made up of couple still images, or a complete series of a video clip. HTC however to release a new content engine later this year, so that you and Me can easily make small numbers of clipks or even an individual photos into Zoes. Integrated with HTC Re camera, though!
HTC is launching its Zoe app out of beta and has revealed that it will be coming to the iPhone later this year. Zoe is a imaging-focused social network that lets users create highlight reels and montages from the images and video captured on their smartphones and share them with the world.
Zoe 1.0 is now available as a free download from the Google Play Store for Android devices running 4.4 KitKat today, and will be available in the iTunes App Store for iOS devices later this year. Notably, The Zoe app will work with most smartphones running Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean) or later. Still it doesn’t support Motorola devices.
This would be the first HTC’s Zoe app to launch for iOS platform. You can download HTC Zoe 1.0 for Android from Google Play for free o.f charge, now.