UC Browser 9.7 Beta for Android Officially Available for Download

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Here's more good news for all those of you currently surfing the web on your mobile devices via the popular UC Broswer. According to reports, the browser app has just received a brand new version update with more new features and bugfixes. Although, it is to be noted here that the new update, for the time being, is only meant for Android users.

The developers over at UCWeb have just announced that private testing for UC Browser 9.7 has now opened for the Android users who are looking to install the beta version of the application, while also offering their feedback.

The developers have announced a number of changes included in the new version of UC Browser. And this has been done is such a way that those who are willing to install it, will be able to notice its new features without spending any time or much effort.

UC Browser 9.7 Beta for Android Officially Available for Download

One of the few noticeable improvements includes the addition of a quicker Incognito mode activation, which can now attained from the tab bar. The newest version of browser app for Android also features complete Zoom support, so that users will be able to zoom in and out on all types of webpages, like WAP pages.

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Moreover, the team has also confirmed that it has made some changes under the hood that will provide faster browsing with automatic loading of images in a quality that will act according to the strength of the user's Internet connection. Dubbed "Smart Image Loading," this new feature will be integrated into UC Browser 9.7, provided the tests end successfully.

Apart from that, more changes have been made to completely re-do the surfing app. Also, expect more such changes to the browser in the coming months.

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