HTC had quite the launch event yesterday, streaming the full reveal of the HTC One M8 around the world - with only a few technical difficulties getting in the way.
BlinkFeed is all about bringing all your important information together, with sources like your favrouite web pages and social network updates from your friends all displayed in the same dynamic feed. It was one of the stand out software features of the original HTC One and has been expanded and tinkered with for the release of the M8.
And HTC is hoping their new version will prove popular with users from other hardware manufacturers when the software comes to the Google Play Store in the near future. It's all part of their strategy to ensure that they roll out updates in a more timely fashion to their users to make the M8 experience as fresh and engaging as possible.
There's no confirmation yet on whether the app will see many changes when its not live on an HTC handset but the company's launch plans are ambitious so you'll have news very soon.
The HTC One M8 is already available in the United States and comes to a half dozen countries around the world before the end of April 2014.