Cloud Mobile Browsing: UDisk and App Gallery, Open the World in your hands
UC Browser 8.3 for Java Is Released
Remember the times when you wanted to download a file but the data charge was runningred alert? Or you wanted to read a web feed but the app was too large to load?Or the countdowns for download counted to zero regardless of you were halfwayto finish… All those buts will not bother you anymore because of our cloudtechnology.
UCBrowser 8.3 for Java will be released in two different versions. The official version integrates all cloud-side applications such as UDisk and App Gallery.The cloud version, which will be released two weeks after the official version,offers complete cloud service in which every bit of data was compressed by our servers.No matter which one you like better, these two path breakers will surely help yousurf the internet better than ever before.
1. UDisk——Save once, download anywhere.
Different from other net disks, UDisk works with almost all web resources, because it is essentially integrated with the browser.
Just connect it with UCWeb’s account, and you can save anything to UDisk,from local storage to web resources. Each file has an expiration date, from 7days to infinity. There are 70MB for long-time storage and 2GB for 7-daysstorage. Extra storage space will be available in the near future.
2. App Gallery——Have fun with install-free apps
First time introduced with ourAndroid version, app gallery is used by many users. You can read news, watch videos, sync bookmarks directly from App Gallery.
Now, there are: UDisk, for free online storage; Quick Reads, for quick scans on major headlines; as well as Online Bookmarks, accessing your bookmarks anywhere you like.
Although the initial version comes with only 3 apps, the app gallery will soon grow to be your web center.
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