HTC has always placed a strong emphasis on mobile photography, and that became even more clear in 2013 when it released the HTC One M7 with its Zoes and Video Highlights features. Zoes began life as 7-second video clips that could be integrated into Video Highlights. While the meaning has shifted a bit, Zoe has gotten new life as a standalone application, currently in beta form.
With the Zoe app, you're able to share your Zoes, and view and remix your friends' Zoes. You can change up the music and clips, or collaborate from an event you both attended.
What's more is that the Zoe app isn't just for HTC devices. It'll work on a number of Android 4.3 devices, including Samsung and others. And with the release of Zoe 1.0 in October 2014, Zoe is now available on iOS devices as well.
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