UC Browser for iPhone

One of the fastest web browsers currently available


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UC Browser is an alternative to the many browsers available on iOS. It offers a simple interface that includes all the features needed to enjoy satisfactory browsing.

Among the browser's most significant features are gesture controls for moving around and using different app functions, quick swapping between tabs, and voice search.

In addition, UC Browser offers a nocturnal mode for when you want to browse in the dark without your eyes getting tired, which probably happens to you most nights when you're already in bed and can't resist checking out your social media. There's also a special Facebook add-on that lets you move around that social network in a quick, easy way.

Another interesting browsing mode on UC Browser is the incognito mode. Thanks to this feature, which is quite similar to Chrome's incognito window, you can browse without leaving a trace.
Most widely used browsers on Android in 2018

Now that Q1 of 2018 is up, it's that time to stop and reflect on the patterns we've seen in the data collected over this first quarter of the year. In terms of browsers and their usage among Uptodown users, we've seen a clear trend towards mobile usage and a fairly steep decrease in desktop activity. In fact, 80% of all the traffic generated on Uptodown takes places via mobile devices. Overall, Uptodown saw over 722M sessions from January 1st to April 30th 2018. By segmenting that traffic to analyze browsers and devices users log onto from, we've come up with a few observations.
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Android browser comparison (March 2017)

It's that time again. It's now been a full six months since our last browser comparison (from September 2016), so you're probably eagerly awaiting our latest half-yearly report on the four most popular Android browsers at the moment: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, UC Browser, and Opera. As on previous occasions our comparison covers several aspects: RAM use, app opening speed, and compatibility.
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Android browser comparison: September 2016

It was May of this year when we did our last comparison of browsers for Android. But given the great leaps forward recently among the big-name browsers, now is a good time to revisit the subject with a faceoff between the four most popular browser apps: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, UC Browser, and Opera. In particular, we're going to analyze RAM use, opening speed, and compatibility, among other stats of interest.
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Requires Android 4.0.3

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