The feature enables a call to be picked up by one of the paired phones and have the conversation using the included microphone and the speakers in the car, eliminating the need to pair and unpair devices. To simplify the Bluetooth pairing process with iPhone devices, compatible models are enabled for Auto Pairing when utilizing a physical USB connection. Users simply connect an iPhone to the Pioneer receiver using an iPhone-to-USB cable, and the receiver automatically prompts the user to confirm pairing, eliminating the need to go through the wireless searching for devices process. HFP 1.6 with Wideband Speech Bluetooth models feature Hands Free Profile (HFP) 1.6, producing significantly better sound quality for wireless conversations by increasing the frequency bandwidth dedicated to voice calling (now 50Hz - 7kHz) and doubling the sampling frequency (now 16kHz). The result is clearer and more distinct sound for both the user and the call recipient. Music Library Browsing over Bluetooth (AVRCP 1.5) Bluetooth-enabled models can now have album content searched over a wireless connection. iPhone users can search through their playlists, artists, songs, and genres over Bluetooth.
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Look Out For HTC's Zoe Photo App For Your Android Phone Soon | Digital Trends
Each video can be given a theme and its own soundtrack, plus once its uploaded, other users can take it and remix it themselves. This turns the Zoe network into a Vine-style site for viewing user-created video content, and HTC hopes to entice new users by signing deals with major brands, which will use the platform to host exclusive content. Its not only Vine with which HTC will have to contend, but Instagram and the various other photo and video sharing sites, such as Snapchat, out there too. The newly released Zoe app will be compatible Android smartphones which run Android 4.4, which may sound like it limits the audience rather drastically, but according to Googles own figures, the most recent version of the OS is used on just over 20 percent of Android smartphones. Yes, support for Jelly Bean would help, but its not a disaster.
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