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UCWeb, a Chinese browser company, has launched its latest 9.4 version of the UC Browser for Android devices which brings a host of improvements and enhances users' browsing experience.
Going by the details, among all, the UC Browser now comes with an Auto Pager feature, an upgraded Speed Mode, and increased download speeds.
The Auto Pager feature will enable the browser to automatically load the next page in case the content is divided into multiple pages. Thus when you reach the end of your current page, Auto Pager will automatically load the next one, without having the need to press "Next Page".
The Speed Mode II feature detects the type of Internet connection the users are using, the device they are using, the webpage, and fetches the most suitable version of the webpage for users like Desktop version, Mobile version, or a Lite version.
UC Web claims that the new version of the browser downloads webpage content faster with the average download speed under 3G network double than that of the previous iteration of the browser.
In addition to the speed improvements, the version 9.4 of the UC Browser allows users to easily save pictures from Facebook by long pressing on them and storing them via a pop-up menu.
Additionally, the UC Browser 9.4 also offers a Facebook Video Uploader, for recording and uploading videos to Facebook in a simple one single step process.
Further, it also comes with Android 4.4 support, typing optimisation, and additional Hindi support.
Recently, the company also released it's browser app for the Windows Phone devices as well. The app comes with features like background download, enhanced Download Management, UDisk branded cloud storage service, optimized Preloading, improved UI, and more.