UC Browsers 10.4 Comes with UC Cricket T20 2015 Plug-in for Android Users

    UC Browser, India's most popular mobile browser, has launched UC Browser 10.4 for Android which comes with a fresh user interface with comprehensive cricket content via UC Cricket T20 2015 plug-in for the ongoing cricket league.

    UC Browsers 10.4 Comes with UC Cricket T20 2015 Plug-in

    UC Browser users can quickly and conveniently access the most complete cricket information including live scores, previews, commentaries, interviews, stats, photos, videos and more.

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    Real-time notification feature runs in background and keeps updating with the latest score and results so you will never miss any critical moment.

    Fans from around the world can interact with each other via the Comments Section with a wide range of cricket-themed emoticons.

    Through the exclusive "Cricket Guessing Game", users can pick the winner of each match and collect points to get a chance to win exciting prizes.

    UC Browsers 10.4 Comes with UC Cricket T20 2015 Plug-in

    UC Browser is a mobile browser with over 42% market share as of March 2015 as per StatCounter. The UC Cricket T20 2015 of UC Browser provides users with more interactive and intuitive cricket services and will help fans around the world stay up-to-date with all-things-cricket.

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    UC Browser is a mobile browser developed by UCWeb and it is now available on platforms including Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Symbian, Java ME and Blackberry.

    With a huge user base in China, strong adoption in India and continued growth in emerging regional markets, UC Browser reached 500 million global users in March 2014.


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