UC Browser for Symbian : Update Version 8.8

Who said Symbian is deadUCBROWSER? We have found some new symbian app updates in last month. Still more updates are coming in. Even the 41-megapixel monster Nokia 808 PureVeiw  got a major update of file size 420 mb. Now, U C browser officially announced  new version for Symbian users. Here is full changelog as per their forum update.

Customized online wallpapers
For those who want their browser looking good, U C browser now has a range of customized online wallpapers available on its network for download.

Share to Twitter
For Twitter fans, you can now quickly and easily share links and images via Twitter. So if you come across a great picture or link you just have to share with your followers, just long press the item, then choose Share.

Improved bookmarks managing on touch phones
For those with touch phones who like to keep things organized, U C browser added new and improved ways to manage your bookmarks. On the bookmark menu you can now drag your bookmarks around to group them how you want, and use the sort function to keep them in order.

Auto-complete of search keywords
For those who want quicker and easier searching, U C browser auto-complete function has been upgraded. It now has the ability to give you relevant suggested queries and results as you type your query into the search box.

Clear browsing history on exit
For your convenience and privacy, upon exiting UC Browser you now have the option to clear your browsing history.

Download Link: U C Browser for Symbian version 8.8

Previous Symbian Apps

Update Tweetian – Twitter App For Nokia

Update YouTube Downloader in Nokia Store [ Version 2.3.10 ]

Download Times Of India Alive App

New Game for Symbian : Logo Quiz

Download the latest version of WhatsApp Messenger

Previous U C Browser updates

U C Browser Update : UC Life Style Zone For Android, Java & Symbian

Download UC Browser for Java Phones [New Version 8.8 ]

UC Browser for Android : New Update Brings Network Connection Speed

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