First of all, watching movies should be a great experience on the 4.3-inch qHD screen of the EVO 3D, but you’ll be tempted to watch even more of them with the pre-loaded rental service HTC Watch. For a limited time, the HTC EVO 3D will ship with the movie "The Green Hornet 3D" pre-loaded, but you could also store up to five movies in HTC’s cloud service.
The Blockbuster On Demand application will also come pre-installed on the handset, giving you even wider access to movies. While the choice of 3D films is definitely not mind blowing, some, like "Drive Angry"", will be available with the launch of the EVO 3D.
Gameloft has also stepped in to provide some 3D gaming with the pre-loaded demo of the 3D version of Ultimate Spider-Man: Total Mayhem. In addition, the Gameloft Storefront application will come preinstalled.
Finally, you’ll be able to upload self-made 3D footage to YouTube, while the QIK application will help you stream videos enhanced with support for the third dimension. While that’s certainly a practical step showing just how you can use 3D, will it be enough to convince you that 3D is more than just an impractical gimmick? Feel free to voice your opinion in the comments below.