UCWeb releases UC Browser 9.0 for Android and Java based phones

UC Browser 9.0 for Android

UC Browser for Android and Java phones have been updated to version 9.0. The new updated brings UI enhancements, offline mode and lot more new features for the Android version. The Java app brings new UI, UDisk, better audio and video playback and more. UC Browser for iPad 2.0 was released recently that brought better performance, View it Later and more. UC Browser crossed 400 million users across 150 countries recently. It hold 25% market share in India, says the company.

Features of UC Browser  9.0 for Android

  • UI Enhancement: Multiple start screens, unlimited speed dials and ability to drag and drop shortcuts or favorites to create folders
  • Watch Offline: Cache your favorite online videos to view them later even without a network connection
  • Customized Themes and Wallpapers:Change the way your UC Browser looks by downloading themes and wallpapers.
  • Incognito Browsing: History, Cookies, Forms and Search will not be recorded
  • Ad Blocking: Intelligent blocking of advertisements in WWW sites without breaking the layout of the webpages
  • Improved Screenshot Taking: Take screenshots of any webpage, crop your screenshot, and use the pen tool to write on them

Features of UC Browser v9.0 for Java phones 

  • UDisk: UCWeb’s free online storage offers 2GB of permanent storage, and 4GB of storage space for 7 days
  • Fast Video and Audio Playing: Play video and audio files smoothly by having UDisk download them for you, and then play them directly on UDisk
  • Account Information Saving: Users can save their usernames and passwords that makes logging-in convenient
  • Improved User interface: Optimized user interface with improved menus and night mode functionality

Download UC Browser for Android from the Google Play for free. You can get the browser for Java phones UC Web site.

Author: Srivatsan Sridhar

Srivatsan Sridhar is a Mobile Technology Enthusiast who is passionate about Mobile phones and Mobile apps. He uses the phones he reviews as his main phone. You can follow him on Twitter and Instagram