UC Browser is a quick, sleek internet browser for your Android phone.
There are practically more browsers for Android phones than there are phone models themselves, but if you still haven’t found the one for you, check out UC Browser.
UC Browser has a number of features that help it stand out. For a start, the home page has a selection of quick-access links, helpfully divided into topic areas, like Entertainment and UC's own recommendations. It goes without saying that there's also tabbed browsing, and plenty of tab management options. It's also got a nice window browse function, and a bunch of options that display clearly when your hit the Menu key.
UC Browser also has a number of features that other browsers don’t – namely a night mode and share by SMS/Whatsapp. Even so, it doesn’t have any quick features for sharing by other, more common means, like Twitter or Facebook.
Unfortunately, UC Browser’s main problem is the display - it’s plain ugly. Ok, so it’s clear and easy to read, but webpages viewed with the app look like something from 1993 – at first, we thought we had a connection problem! We also had issues displaying video while using UC Browser, but couldn’t tell from the developer’s website which video formats are supposed to be supported.
UC Browser is a mixed bag – strong in areas, and weak in others. We think prospective users would be better off waiting an update or two before trying.
Better Homepage: You can add more websites you like on your homepage. You can also find more interesting websites and services by using our site navigation page.
Auto Reconnection for Download: In an unreliable network environment, UC Browser will reconnect failed download tasks for you automatically.
Improved Language Display: Persian, Arabic and Korean text can be displayed normally on webpages.
Memory Optimization: Less memory usage when opening many tabs.
By pressing the Download button, you'll be taken to the Google Play Store from where you can download this app