- May 9, 2009
http://www.androidcentral.com/htc-now-says-desire-will-get-gingerbreadWhat a difference a day makes. Just 24 hours after disappointing a smartphone owner or two, HTC on its UK Facebook Page says the Desire will get Gingerbread after all.Contrary to what we said earlier, we are going to bring Gingerbread to HTC Desire.
I don't think I had to do anything like that on my Hero. Could the desire really have less RAM? Or do the custom ROMs still include Sense?Yeah, all the custom ones require an EXT partition on the SD card, which is too iffy a hack for HTC to touch. I wonder if I should do it or just upgrade to the Sensation...
Yeah, the Market app.
How can people recommend apps if you don't say what you are looking for? If you just want something cool or interesting just go to the Market, pick a category and look at the top free or paid apps.
Hmm..I'm looking for mostly apps that help you do stuff day to day like maps, organizers, some restaurant recommendations, movie listings, maybe throw in some games or gimmicky but cool apps in there as well.
I tried handscent then moved to gosms pro. has the same features but faster. You can select the app's running mode from full-featured, to normal, to lite depending on how you use it to lessen its memory footprint. Blazing fast in normal and lite modeIts much more than that. It has several different themes, they aren't all iPhone's bubble style. Also, unlike iPhone, which isn't customisable at all, you can change the colours of the fonts, bubbles and backgrounds in Handcent. Or you can have a picture in the background. Each contact's thread can be individually customised. you can ever change the colour that the notification LED flashes when you get a message.
Plus, it includes a pop-up window when messages arrive with a quick-reply box at the bottom. Unless the newer version of HTC Sense on the Incredible S has a different messages app than the Sense on my Desire, it doesn't have a pop-up like Handcent does.