UCWeb Officially Launches UC Open Platform for Mobile Developers

By Prarthito

UCWeb, a global leading provider of mobile Internet software and services, today unveiled its UC Open Platform at the Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC) in Bangalore. This is the company's newest effort to share its growing and vigorous ecosystem with a broad set of 3rd party partners.

The company says that this is a step forward in continuation with the company's previously announced "Grow with India" initiative. In fact, the new launch also coincides with UCWeb's third anniversary in India.

UCWeb Officially Launches UC Open Platform for Mobile Developers


"Unveiling the platform marks an important milestone in our goal of facilitating a mobile Internet ecosystem that is designed to benfit every participant. The UC Open Platform is expected to allow developers, publishers and advertisers to reach more global users and get more quality traffic faster," said Kenny Ye, Managing Director of UCWeb India.

"Whether you are a developer needing more distribution or a publisher seeking more high-quality traffric, we can tailor the best fit solution for you. With the UC Open Platform, we are not only sharing our experience and resources with the community, we are making the market a bigger one for everyone."

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Via the UC Open Platform, which consists of UC Browser, 9Apps and 9Game distribution platforms, and the UC Union mobile traffic network, the company's partners such as mobile developers, content providers, publisher, advertisers and so on will be able to access across-the-board services that help them with brand promotion, actionable user metric analysis, IP protection and monetization.

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