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UC Browser 9.6 for Android Features Easy Downloading Mode and Much More
UCWeb, one of the mobile internet software and services provider has just released the brand new UC Browser 9.6 for Android devices with an added feature to let users easily pick out exactly what they want to download, as well as improvements to provide a faster and smoother browsing experience.
Downloading capability is consistently ranked among the most important features of a mobile browser. Keeping this in mind, UCWeb has made the downloading feature quicker and easier for users. UC Browser 9.6 for Android thus features an Easy Downloading Mode simplifying the process of downloading from a web page.
The Easy Downloading Mode enables you to see all download-able resources from a web page in a list so you can easily grab whatever you want. For instance, if you are browsing an image heavy page, the Easy Downloading Mode will bring up a list of all the images on the page and allow you to pick and choose what you want to keep. Furthermore, the download menu has been redesigned to be simpler and more user friendly.
For users of high-end Android devices, UC Browser 9.6 for Android has been specially engineered to leverage the power of your device to increase browsing performance. Hardware Acceleration makes scrolling through web pages and sliding between tabs super smooth, letting you browse at an accelerated pace.
Hardware acceleration also accelerates graphics rendering for online games. When using a Google Nexus 7 to run Microsoft's FishIE Tank, a benchmark test that looks at HTML5 Canvas performance and tells you how well your browser can render 2D images and shapes in a game-like environment, UC Browser 9.6 for Android displays 250 fish at 30-34 frames per second (FPS), while the latest version of Chrome mobile browser displays at 19-21 FPS.
UC Browser's Page Preloader creates a seamless reading experience with the next page being automatically loaded while you are reading the current page, and now the page preloading speed has been boosted to preload pages even faster.
In addition, UC Browse 9.6 has a significantly faster startup speed, so you can jump right into browsing without delay.