UC Browser rolls out upgrade for Android with major UI changes

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    UCWeb, maker behind India's No.1 mobile today released the biggest update in last one year to its mobile browser for Android users. The all new browser also comes with a new selection of specially designed background images for an enhanced and classy browsing experience.

    UC Browser rolls out upgrade for Android with major UI changes

    UC Browser, now empowers all of its 100 million daily active users to discover and access the content with brand new customizable homepage offering various options, thereby making it easier and faster for users to discover and access content via a manageable card system.

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    One can rearrange the cards (in-app widgets) such as Headlines, Top Sites, Jokes, Cricket Match, Cricket Topic, Top Free Apps, Opinion, Trending Video, Shopping, and more. Further on can pin their favourite one to the top according to their own preferences. For instance, if you pin the card of Headline on the top, you will be able to see and read the news headlines on the homepage immediately after you open the browser.

    Commenting on the idea behind the major update, Kenny Ye, Managing Director, UCWeb India, said, "UC Browser is the first mobile browser to introduce cloud computing.

    UC Browser rolls out upgrade for Android with major UI changes

    With the new launch, UC Browser once again stands ahead of the industry to further consolidate its focus for India, where almost half of total page views on mobile phones are accessed from UC Browser (as per StatCounter). This new update will transform the way nearly half of India's mobile browsing traffic is consumed."

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