UC Browser for Android
Named the best Android browser by About.com for 2012, UC Browser speeds up mobile browsing and is now the largest mobile browser globally, with 300 million users across 150 countries.
Instead of using the stock browser that your Android phone comes with, UC Browser is a free installation that offers cloud acceleration so your browsing is faster and you spend less time sitting around waiting for pages to load. The company says that with continuous optimization, UC browser’s “kernel can function better with UC cloud acceleration, giving you unprecedented speed in web surfing.”
One of the most popular features is the multi-touch controls allowing you to swipe our fingers to open, close, switch tabs, go forward and backwards much easier than traditional web surfing, not to mention you can control your browser with your voice.
The UC Browser comes with an integrated RSS reader so you can get to your top sites faster through a single click. Also, the browser offers “auto-focus” so you can zoom in or out of a page with a click so that irrelevant or distracting elements can be put aside, allowing you to focus on the content that is most important to you.
For people that use their browser on Android frequently, there is a lot to be desired. Yes, the browser is improved and Google launched Chrome for Android this year, the voice controls and swiping features of UC Browser and their focus on constantly improving the speed is a tremendous help for professionals using their smartphone to run their business.