Today HTC introduced a new update to its Zoe app, bringing Chromecast support, content re-ordering, and an improved upload experience.
HTC has been busy today and among the things announced is their HTC Zoe application which exited beta and is available in the Play Store now!
HTC’s Zoe has just graduated from a low-key proprietary app to an open platform set to compete with giants like Instagram and Vine.
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HTC Zoe Share is now live to host user-uploaded video clips made up of photos, videos, and Zoes captured created with the HTC One.
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