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This article was published on September 27, 2013

    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
    Shanna Tan
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    Shanna Tan

    Shanna is an intern at TNW, covering the Asia region. She is from Singapore and speaks English, Mandarin Chinese and Korean. Follow her on T Shanna is an intern at TNW, covering the Asia region. She is from Singapore and speaks English, Mandarin Chinese and Korean. Follow her on Twitter.

    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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