UC Browser for Android Tablets and Phones Get Updated

By Vivek

Apart from Chrome browser, which is extremely popular among tablet users, there's another nifty web browser as well fromUCWeb. The company has recently updated its popular mobile browsers app called UC Browser. The app has actually been designed for Android tablets and Android phones and is available for download. When it comes to compatibility, it is best suited with Android 2.3 or newer versions.

UC Browser for Android Tablets and Phones Get Updated


Moving on the changes that have come in the application with the update, one can now see an improved video player which enables users to control the volume of the video with the new controller. PLus, there's also full-screen support. Apart from this, the player will also let users to continue watching a video from the point they last closed it. Other changes seen in the browser app is the new optimized menu, which is said to be easier to use in both portrait and landscape mode. It also comes with Download Manager and Incognito Browsing options which may be used in the same window as the regular mode. Thius is with regards to the tablet.

When it comes to smartphones, reportedly, the UC Browser 9.3 for Android phones was updated a few days ago and is said to be capable of offering all the powerful capabilities seen in its Tablet version. Now with the updated UC browser app for Smartphones, users can possibly pause and resume any downloads. Additionally it will also allow a sneak peek of videos while they are still downloading. UC Browser 9.3 for Android Phone also comes with interesting enhancements like Gestures, Browse Faster, Private Bookmarks, and QR Code Generator and more.

You can download the browser from here.


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