UC Web Launches Version 9.5 Of Browser for Android Bringing In Multiple New Features

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Back in December last year, UC Web launched the version 3.3 of the Browser app with multiple enhancements for Windows Phone handsets. Now the popular mobile software and services provider has released their latest version 9.5 of the Browser app for devices running on Android OS.

UC Web Launches Version 9.5 Of Browser App for Android

The latest version of the Browser app, the company claims, will offer fast download speed compared to other mobile browsers on the market. The user will be able to download 15 percent faster on 3G and Wi-Fi compared with the previous version of the UC Browser. Moreover, the company also says that the 2G performance has also been improved to smoother browsing experience.

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It also comes with a number of languages support (Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam) and several fonts along with other features like Web Application Centre which allows users to easily install and run HTML5 and other web apps directly.

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The Image Viewer feature will enable users to scroll photo album that showcases all the pictures on the webpage. The UC Homescreen Widget is an additional feature that will let you create a widget on the home screen for easy access.

The app also features Auto Pager feature which allows the browser to automatically load the next page in case it's part of a series of pages. The Speed Mode 2 feature detects the type of Internet connection the users are on, the device they are using, and the webpage, and fetches the most suitable version of the webpage on the browser.

The major highlight on the new version of the browser app, the company says is the optimizations made to typing, gesture control and font adjustment.

The UC Browser 9.5 also uses file transfer and multi-threaded downloading technologies that splits a single file into separate parts and download those parts simultaneously through multiple channels.

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