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Tutorial: How to Use BlinkFeed on Your HTC One

Posted on the 18 March 2013 by Darren James @m_phonesdeals

Many of you would be thinking about getting the HTC One as soon as it hits the market. The 4.7inches FHD touchscreen provides a pixel density of 468 pixels per inch & the quad core 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 central processing unit is around 40 percent mightier in comparison with the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro. You will certainly be looking forward to BlinkFeed. If Flipboard, Google Currents & Windows Phone LiveTiles join their hands, BlinkFeed would be the result.
Tutorial: How to use BlinkFeed on your HTC One
With feeds arriving in from the social networking sites, third party applications, and the newest news, BlinkFeed keeps users up to date right away. Opposite to Google Currents or Flipboard, BlinkFeed cannot be removed from the smartphone even though users can only disregard it by not setting it up & not utilizing the thumb to take all the way to the left of the touchscreen where BlinkFeed resides.
Although let us state users desire to utilize BlinkFeed. The notion of all of the feeds arriving in with the news & tweets & status updates energizes them. Whenever users initially glance at BlinkFeed, it offers users a few proposals on laying it out. Click on one of the blue boxes & users are prepared to select their feeds. Presently, users require going with the pre selected options, though news junkies must feel covered with selections counting AP, Huffington Post & Reuters. Stories open from inside BlinkFeed itself & users can share them with the typical ways. Stories can be opened in the web browser.
In terms of social networking sites, BlinkFeed is developed to connect users to them swiftly. For instance, if users like something from they can tap on the display & the application will come out. Or, if users are the lazy kind, they can place a status update directly from the BlinkFeed home page. The social networking sites that are integrated with the attribute are Facebook, Flickr, LinkedIn & Twitter.
Setting up BlinkFeed is not a difficult process. Open it, choose the feeds you desire, & that is essentially it.

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