It can be downloaded absolutely free of cost from the Play Store
Things have been going at a fast pace for HTC and at one side we had the launch of the next flagship device HTC One, on the other end we had the custom Android only for HTC. It seems quite obvious that HTC is following in the footsteps of Goolge where it has released a custom Android version which can be downloaded for free from the Play Store. Along with the BlinkFeed launcher the company also came up with the SenseTV which is a remote control app and the HTC Service Pack.
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The first to put a magazine-like UI on the homescreen for the HTC was the BlinkFeed which brought a new feature that even Samsung had added to its latest TouchWiz incarnations. Talking of the launcher, the funcationality appears to be the standard one featured on all HTCs and some of the common features include showing upcoming calendar events, along with social updates and news, and offline reading mode to save on data usage. This BlinkFeed launcher can be downloaded absolutely free of cost from the Play Store but the availability is very limited to some regional boundaries.
The HTC Sense TV is a useful tool for all the TV lovers and it not just displays the TV schedule but also provides additional show information and scores and stats for the games. An extra advantge can be gained by the users with an IR blaster because then the app will also control TV, set top box and home theater setup. Though we know everything about all these features but there is still very little information on the HTC Service Pack and its purpose remains unclear. All we know is that it is a “support service update that combines previously released updates and helps make your HTC experience more reliable”.