The company which has given the world the most popular browser for mobile browsing is finally set to launch a beta version of its desktop browser. A final version will be released in two to three weeks.
As UCWeb notes in the application's description, UCBrowser 4.0 Preview was designed with the aforementioned Desktop mode so as to allow users to enjoy the full features of webpages, the same as they would do when visiting them from a PC.
Additionally, the mobile application was packed with a series of flexible modes, so that users take advantage of a great experience regardless of the time of day or of what they need to do with the browser.
These include Night Mode, Speed Mode, Incognito Browsing, and Text-only Browsing. Moreover, the new app iteration arrives on smartphones with a brightness control option for the Night Mode.
UC Browser for PC is equipped with Cloud Sync that allows users to synchronize open tabs and bookmarks from UC Browser for mobile, so that they can seamlessly switch between UC Browser on mobile and PC.
To download it for a trial run, go to 'pc.ucweb.com'.