Smartphones are amazing pieces of technology that make our lives easier. There are thousands of great apps that which are considered as “must-haves” such as Uber and Airbnb for example, but one app that everyone needs is a trustworthy browser. Android users receive Google Chrome as default while iOS users get Safari, but this doesn’t mean that smartphone owners need to stick with those browsers.
Introducing UC Browser Mini
While it might seem like Google Chrome and Safari are the two main choices when it comes to mobile browsers, the folks who create UC Browser Mini would have to disagree. Just like the PC version of UC Browser, the Mini version ships with a plethora of features that are specially developed to make it easier and more fun for people to surf the web.
Small is Good
The reason why UC Browser’s developers decided to create a mini version of it is because they know that not everyone can afford one of the latest Samsung flagship smartphones.
Most people go with affordable smartphones, and this means that storage space and processing power is not always in excess. This is where UC Browser Mini comes in and saves the day.
Just as its name implies, UC Browser Mini is small in size, and it doesn’t occupy storage too much storage space. Despite its small size, UC Browser Mini is equipped with premium features such as: fast browsing, pre-installed adblocker, navigation cards, night mode and incognito mode for example.
Save Mobile Data
Another great thing about UC Browser Mini is the fact that it is optimized to save mobile data. As we all know, mobile data is pretty expensive and UC Browser Mini will help people reduce how much data users consume. This browser compresses data and speeds up navigation through its servers to avoid using up too much mobile data.