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Sense 5.0 was not only going to be exclusive to the HTC One; on February 28, 2013, HTC announced that it would provide updates for the Butterfly, One S (later discontinued), and the One X/X to Sense 5.0 in the coming months.Announced in September 2013 for the HTC One Max; it adds RSS and Google support to Blink Feed, allows users to disable Blink Feed entirely, adds a tool for making animated GIFs, and additional Highlights themes.Users can either create their own themes from scratch or download pre-made ones created by HTC or fellow users.Another major new feature is the ability to customize the navigation buttons across the bottom of the display; users can now change their order and add a fourth button, such as a power button or one that hides the navigation bar altogether.Sense 4.0, included on HTC's new devices beginning in 2012 (such as the HTC One X), was designed to provide a refreshed and more minimalist look closer to stock Android than previous versions, while integrating features provided by Android 4.0.Sense 3.6, which was distributed through updates to older HTC phones, was designed to maintain a closer resemblance to previous versions of Sense on Android 2.3.It debuted on the T-Mobile my Touch 3G (HTC Espresso) and the T-Mobile my Touch 4G (HTC Glacier).
Following the release of the Hero, all future Android devices by HTC were shipped with Sense, except for the Nexus One, the T-Mobile G2, the HTC First, the Google Pixel, and the Nexus 9 which used a stock version of Android.
HTC Sense is a software suite developed by HTC, used primarily on the company's Android-based devices.
Serving as a successor to HTC's Touch FLO 3D software for Windows Mobile, Sense modifies many aspects of the Android user experience, incorporating additional features (such as an altered home screen and keyboard), additional widgets, re-designed applications, and additional HTC-developed applications.
The only device of the original HTC One series not to receive this update was the HTC One V.
Announced in 2012 for the HTC One X , updates with Sense 4 was also released with Android 4.1.2 updates for the One X, One S, Evo 4G LTE, One SV LTE / 3G and Desire X..
Announced in April 2013 for the 2013 HTC One; it features a more minimalistic design and a new scrolling news aggregator on the home screen known as "Blink Feed", which displays a scrolling grid of news headlines and social network content.