UCWeb Inc. (also referred to as UC Mobile) is a Chinese mobile web company that provides products and services as well as mobile browser, search and so on. UCWeb, which is the developer behind India’s No.1 mobile browser, UCWeb Browser has unrolled 2 major updates for its Windows and iOS desktop browsers on Monday. It’s been long-standing for iOS users, who haven’t received an upgrade since October 2013.
The move is an indication of the company’s plan to expand into alternative components in an attempt to supply uniform and efficient browsing experience for its users.
“In this era of multi-screens, daily life is now surrounded by different digital devices. People start their day with the smartphone and move on to the laptop.” Kenny Ye, Head of Emerging Markets at UCWeb’s International Business Department Said:
“We’re making our browser available on multiple platforms to capture this trend,” He Added.
The latest update of the Windows version of the UCWeb Browser currently has support for UCWeb’s cloud-enabled browsing technology. One of the best strengths of the UCWeb Browser for mobile is its Cloud computing technology. It is the bottom of UCWeb Browser’s vital options, like Cloud Acceleration and knowledge Compression, Pause-and-Resume Downloads, and much more.
UCWeb Browser for PCs can currently be equipped with UCWeb’s signature cloud-enabled browsing technology, which might compress knowledge up to 50 percent, resulting in quicker browsing speeds. This can be an enormous advantage for broadband users round the world who use restricted knowledge plans on their desktop computers. Syncing through the cloud conjointly permits for bookmarks and tabs within the mobile app to seem within the browser mechanically, so that they can switch smoothly between UCWeb Browser on mobile and laptop.
Other options enclosed for UCWeb Browser on PCs are high-speed downloads, a file manager to arranged collections in step with sort and therefore the ability to pause and resume downloads once interrupted.
No upgrade has been released for iOS yet. However, several of the updates that have been released are only for the Android.