Even though Google Chrome is the default browser on most smartphones, this doesn’t mean that there isn’t another alternative. UC Browser is the perfect example of that. With more than 500 million users, UC Browser is showing us that there are lots of people who enjoy faster and safer web surfing performances than what the default mobile browser apps offer.
What makes UC Browser stand out from all the browsers is not necessarily the features and speed that it provides to Android smartphones, but the fact that it receives updates on a constant basis. In fact, a brand-new update has just arrived and today we are going to cover everything there is to know about it.
UC Browser 126.96.36.1993 Update
Right from the start, we want to mention that the new update for UC Browser is rolling out via OTA (over the air) channels. Thanks to this, everyone who uses an Android-powered smartphone is eligible to download the update as soon as possible. In case the update doesn’t automatically start when UC Browser is opened, users can always choose to trigger it by accessing the Google Play Store page of the mobile browser and click on Updates.
Alternatively, the new update for UC Browser is available to download manually in the form of APK (Android Package Kit). This is possible by sideloading the update and this works only on Android-powered smartphones that have enabled the “Unknown Sources” option.
According to the patch notes, the new update for UC Browser aims to improve the overall software stability of the app. The way that the update does this is by introducing a handful of bug fixes and software tweaks that are not only making UC Browser faster, but also improving the user experience. Therefore, we are highly advising all UC Browser fans to get the update as soon as it becomes available in their region.
The post UC Browser 188.8.131.523 Update for Android Introduces Major Performance Improvements appeared first on TechnoStalls.
Dan Carter was a reporter for nomad Labs, before becoming the lead editor. Dan has over forty bylines and has reported on countless stories concerning all things related to tech and science. Dan studied at CSUF.