HTC isn’t afraid to rip out everything that Microsoft has built, and subsequently left to die, in Windows Mobile and then replace it with their own solution. You’ve seen their “Sense UI” replace the calendar user interface, photo gallery, email viewer, and even the application launcher, but now they’re stepping up their game by working on a better way to manage your documents. With live previews, sorting by sender, receiver, and recently opened views, you’re not going to have to flip between applications and scroll through a huge list of emails just to find that spreadsheet your boss is asking for while foaming at the mouth. Once again HTC has proven that in order to differentiate yourself from the market, in this case other Windows Mobile devices, you need to build better software. I’m still confused as to why HTC continues to build two different versions of their user interface, one for Windows Mobile and one for Android. Hasn’t it become obvious that no one is interested in Windows Mobile by now? That may change when Windows Mobile 7 comes out, but that’s at least a year away. Sigh.
[Via: Pocket Now]