UC Web has upgraded its UC Browser for Android now using new My Videos Supervisor allowing users to enjoy a much better viewing experience, just like its name implies. Besides that, the business has also introduced one or 2 additional upgrades worth speaking about.
Beginning with My Videos Manager, UC Browser allows you segregate your clips to four components covering Seeing History, Nearby Videos, Grabbing and Grabbed. The last two we have mentioned stand for articles you are downloading and things you have already downloaded, respectively.
Any clip you have saved may be performed within UC Browser, through the native Video segment. Since the name clearly suggests, Seeing History reveals you a log of articles you have seen previously. There is a Download Path choice to allow you to store files in alternative folders and manage your phone’s memory so.
My Videos Supervisor is a function that is reachable by navigating to Menu. The developers also have introduced several alterations to help increase the downloading rate and you ought to have the ability to experience smoother streaming. Particular issues in connection with the Download button have even been fixed in the upgraded UC Browser.
Some of the highlighted features of UC Web’s browser comprise automatic advertisement blocking and an easy tab management program for transferring between WebPages. Version 10.0 of this program was rolled out using a redesigned user interface taking inspiration from Google’s new Material Design for its Android Lollipop OS.
UC Browser may be downloaded from this connection on Google Play Store. It comes for free and operates with Android 2.2 or greater device. You may look forward to the FB Faster add-in, Night Mode, Incognito surfing and more with it.