UC Mini 12.12.3.1220 Browser Update Brings New Features And Improvements

UC Mini for Android is a multifunctional web browser which allows you to browse your Facebook news feed and download the videos that you like from Facebook. It is fast and free, and the browsing experience is really all you need. It is straightforward to use, and it’s compatible with many Android devices.

UC Mini Browser — Features

  • Night mode: make your reading better at night; the light would not bother you anymore, and you will be able to finish that book in peace.
  • Quick search: search the results listed on a search bar and get your answer faster.
  • Facebook video downloader: download how many videos you want and watch them anytime, from anywhere.
  • Fast browsing: find all the information that you need in no time. This one also saves your data.
    Incognito mode: it protects your privacy at all times, find out all you need without anyone knowing what you have been looking for.
  • Data saving: the UC Mini browser compresses the data and speeds up navigation. The more you browse, the more data you save – it is a well-known fact.
  • The ad blocker: this one will hide all the annoying ads which affect the browsing experience. All the websites you will visit will be ad-free. That is all that we need really for the best browsing experience on the internet.

What’s New in the UC Mini 12.12.3.1220 Browser Update?

There are plenty more features to discover, such as My Videos, Save the page, Fullscreen, Save the page, QR code, check network, Bookmarks Import/Export.

Throughout the time, the browser got some awards: Best Android Browser Award 2012, Best Mobile Browser Award 2011 and Frost & Sullivan Best Practice Award 2013 – Market Leadership in Mobile Browser Market (APAC).

The new UC Mini 12.12.3.1220 browser update comes with some new improvements, bug fixes, and some features. The latest version of the browser is available on the Google Play Store.

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already published most of his work in a few books, he obviously talks about them in some of his pieces here.

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