UC Browser 3.2 for Windows Phone with new features launched

UCWeb, a provider of mobile internet software and services, has released UC Browser 3.2 for Windows Phone with key enhancements.

The upgrades include Background Download, enhanced Download Management, UDisk branded cloud storage service, optimized Preloading, improved UI, and more.

The latest version is now available on the WP Store (for both WP8 and 7.x).

The download process will continue even after you completely close UC Browser. The download process will automatically resume if the download is interrupted for some reasons, again, all in the background. According to Microsoft’s restrictions, Background Download may not function properly under a 2G network.

The new download management system allows you to categorize downloaded files and get quick access to them. It comes in handy if you have downloaded lots of files, and want a quick way to find what you want.

UC Browser 3.2 comes with UDisk, a cloud storage service that allows you to store files on the cloud. After signing up for a UC account, you will get 6GB of space to store downloads on UDisk directly: with 2GB permanent and 4GB temporary storage.

UC Browser 3.2 for Windows Phone with new features launched

The feature of Preloading gives you a smoother reading of paged websites. It creates a seamless reading experience with the next page being automatically loaded when you reach the end of your current page. With this 3.2 version it now works on even more sites.

The company claims that compared with default IE, UC Browser has more features. It supports more Gestures than IE does. For instance, swipe right to go back a page or left to go forward instantly without refreshing the web content. These gestures save your time and data, and deliver a great interactive experience.

You can personalize the Speed Dial, pick a font to display web pages under Speed Mode, as well as change the background and skin by selecting pictures from the UC Theme Center or from your own albums.

It also offers flexible browsing modes to cater for individual preferences and different environments. Under Night Mode, the screen is dimmed and the contrast in visual style is reduced to save users’ eyes from harm by the glaring screen in low light settings; Speed Mode lets you surf at superfast speeds, and Incognito Browsing allows you browse in stealth without your browsing history being recorded.



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