Text reflow is on Opera browser! Works exactly the same as HTC reflow. There's also a great data saving feature you can activate when you're off Wi-Fi.
It's easy to use too. Result! HTC you now have my permission to go into liquidation :)
I no longer have any reason to buy another HTC phone now text reflow won't be present. Talk about backward step. If your losing money try having an advertising campaign like you used to. Try making your phones unique and interesting like you used to. Don't remove even MORE features. You're going down the same road as Motorola and Nokia... good luck with that.
This is not a good move from HTC, this the best browsing experience on a mobile device, I love text reflow.
So, how do I enable text reflow after zooming in/out in Chrome? Or what browser am I supposed to use after HTC:s great browser?
mir, 15 Oct 2016Now that is how other manufacturers should go about with their custom skins. As minimal as pos... moreYes, HTC Sense is the lightest , most fluid, lag-free android skin i know, especially Sense 8
I think this is a very good attempt by HTC. Hopefully they will remove the app and replace it with Google on all devices which are still supported (like M8). A small software update should be fine there. In this update, they could also include the lastest security patch.
Oh yeah another redundant app that will make your phone memory full since you cant uninstall it
Now that is how other manufacturers should go about with their custom skins. As minimal as possible. Not like samsung who insist on duplicating each and every one of the apps that stock android already provides.