UCWeb Launches UC Browser v9.0 for Android and Java, v2.0 for iPad: Plans to Set Second HQ in India

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UCWeb, a third party mobile internet browser, has announced the release of its latest offering - UC Browser v9.0 for iPhone, Android and Java. UCWeb, the pioneer in mobile browsing announced the launch of the new versions - v9.0 for Android, v9.0 for Java and v2.0 for iPad with a plethora of useful features.

The Android update brings UI enhancements, offline video streaming, customized themes and wallpapers, incognito browsing, ad blocking and improved screenshot taking.

UCWeb Launches UC Browser v9.0 for Android and Java, v2.0 for iPad

The Java update adds 2GB permanent storage and 4GB storage for 7 days on Udisk, fast video and audio playing, account information saving and improved user interface.

Finally, the iPad upgrade comes with performance boost, view it later option for webpages, cloud download, cloud acceleration, advanced hardware rendering, night mode and an all new UI.

Mr. Xiaopeng He, Co-founder and President, UCWeb said that the company considers India to be its second headquarter after China and will focus on video and download as a key differentiator to achieve leadership position in India.

UC Browser is the market leader in terms of user base with more than 400 million users across 150 countries and regions and holds 25% of the mobile browser market in India.

Mr. Xiapeng He, Co-Founder & President, UCWeb said, "UCWeb has a single minded focus to provide the best in class mobile internet browser to users and our decision to open a development office in India demonstrates our commitment to the region and our mantra of ‘go local. We are working towards building an open ecosystem by investing in teams and technology in India. We truly believe that India will be a big contributor to our objective of becoming a billion user companies. We are working with partners across domains and verticals by way of sharing traffic, users, and revenue with them; thus creating a mutually beneficial relationship for both. The Indian mobile internet community will benefit from the investment that we make in building an ecosystem in the market. We are open to explore fresh stream of ideas and newer business models to sustain the vitality of the community."

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