HTC's Sense Companion virtual assistant app now available for free from the Google Play store

With the recent HTC U Ultra and HTC U Play, HTC debuted a new virtual assistant called Sense Companion. Previously exclusive to these devices, the app has been published in the Google Play store and made available for other HTC devices, including older models like the HTC 10 and One M9.

Sense Companion works like Siri and Google Assistant, two virtual assistants which are quite familiar at this point. It learns from users' behavior and data in various ways to grow into recommending personalized suggestions and contributing relevant information – for example, offers for nearby places to eat at, based on your location and visiting history. Or issuing reminders to charge your device at certain times if your battery power is consistently low or your schedule contains an event that may run late and find you with insufficient battery.

The Sense Companion can be grabbed for free from the Google Play store (link).



1 Comment

1. Eclectech

Posts: 355; Member since: May 01, 2013

My HTC 10 is listed as incompatible in the Play Store perhaps it's coming?

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