UC Browser’s tablet version now allows seamless switch between incognito and regular browsing

UC Browser’s tablet version now allows seamless switch between incognito and regular browsing

UC Browser, a mobile Internet browser developed in China, has updated its version for Android Tablets to include a few nifty add-ons. Version 2.4 of UC Browser features a new kind of incognito browsing that allows you to switch between incognito mode and regular mode seamlessly – something that other browsers on the market don’t offer yet.

At the same time, UC Browser has added a built-in video player, which lets users play videos from the point they last stopped at. It isn’t clear whether this feature is available offline, but at least it acts as a bookmark, especially for longer videos.

A few days earlier, UC Browser also updated its Android phone version to include optional add-ons such as a QR Code generator and gesture customization.

➤ UC Web Browser | Android Tablet | Android Phone

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