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HTC One Gallery Will Be Discontinued On April 30, but HTC Gallery Will Continue To Operate

HTC One Gallery Will Be Discontinued On  April 30, but HTC Gallery Will Continue To Operate

A product of HTC's research division, One Gallery allows users to upload photos and videos to a variety of cloud services through the HTC Gallery app. However, according to changelogs for both apps, the One Gallery service will be discontinued on April 30.

No reason has been given for the discontinuation, but it might be down to the number of installs it's had, somewhere in the 1 million to 5 million bracket. This doesn't sound too bad, but then you look at HTC Gallery and its 10 million to 50 million installation bracket and it starts to pale in comparison. With this in mind, it's likely HTC didn't see the worth in continuing the service, which is a shame as it has an average rating of 4.2 in the Play Store and seemed well-liked by its users.

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The Google Store Is No Longer Selling The LG G Watch, One Of The First Android Wear Devices

The Google Store Is No Longer Selling The LG G Watch, One Of The First Android Wear Devices

It was just over a year ago that we first caught wind of Android Wear. At the same time, we were introduced to the G Watch, which would be the first Wear device—released alongside the Samsung Gear Live—to be sold to the general public. Now, with the addition of the G Watch Urbane and a permanent price drop for the G Watch R, the original G Watch is headed out of the Google Store.

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There was no telling exactly when this would happen, but it is no surprise that it comes now. First of all, there is just a lot of LG in the Android Wear section of the Google Store right now.

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