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Version 3.5 of the app boasts a new design throughout, and it adds capabilities such as being able to see friends driving in a user's direction. It also makes it easy to share updates about ETA, as well as pick up friends and set spots to meet. In addition, the app -- updated for Android and iOS -- now allows users to sign in via Facebook, send private messages, and look up useful links as they near their destinations, among other new features. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.

Visit manufacturer site for details, If you own an HTC Desire or Wildfire -- much loved but realistically getting towards the end of its life -- HTC has lined up a fairly affordable mid-range replacement for your beloved 'droid, And it's got slightly more oomph to boot, The Desire X has a dual-core 1GHz chip, a 4-inch screen and it runs Android Ice Cream Sandwich, skinned with HTC's Sense user interface, It's available SIM-free for £240 or for free on contracts from around £15 per month, If you opt for the £20 per month option at Phones 4U, you get the phone for free as well as a pair of Beats by Dre Solo headphones, which sell for uag plasma iphone 5s protective case - ice £125 on Amazon -- not a bad deal if you're music mad..

I should mention the newly announced Google Nexus 4 is a similar price and, on paper at least, much more powerful, so you might want to hold off until we've reviewed that. If you've clapped eyes on the HTC One X, the Desire X will look distinctly familiar. In the looks department, it's basically a miniaturised version of HTC's quad-core flagship, with a sloping metal edge at the top and three touch-sensitive buttons beneath the screen. It's a very typical HTC design, so if you're an existing user it'll probably be right up your alley.

The overall look of the Desire X is attractive, It has some stylish aluminium trim around its face, switching to curved plastic round the back, There's a choice of either black or white models -- the latter has blue plastic and silver metal detailing around the camera lens, while the black version is all black, Although the rubberised texture feels comfy, it picks up scuffs and scratches uag plasma iphone 5s protective case - ice rather easily, After a few days of it knocking around on my desk I found it looked noticeably used, and I don't imagine it will get any better over weeks and month of use, You'll probably want to invest in a case as well..

Powering the Desire X is a dual-core 1GHz S4 chip, which provides a respectable amount of power for a mid-range 'droid. It's not going to come off well in fisticuffs against Samsung's Galaxy S3 or indeed HTC's own One X, but it's far from the bottom of the power pile. When I booted up the Geekbench benchmark test I was given a score of 629, putting it alongside phones like the Galaxy S Plus. In the CF Bench test, it provided a score of 5,506. The excellent Galaxy S2 managed 6,442 on the same test, which isn't a mile away.