We have all found out that India has banned 59 Chinese apps in their country. The government believes they’re a threat to the security of the state. The list includes TikTok and UC Browser.
We are here to help. We have written this article to give you the best alternatives for the UC Browser.
This one comes pre-installed with all the Windows PCs out there, and it’s also available in the Google Play Store. Microsoft has replaced its browser engine with the Chromium engine for its mobile version. And the fact that it uses this engine now it makes Edge even faster and better. Its features are amazing, so make sure you check it out.
This one is one of the most popular browsers out there for Android. The way it integrates with the Android operating system is simply fantastic.
If you’re using it as your default browser on your desktop, then keep in mind that you will be able to sync all your settings, bookmarks, and passwords with your Gmail account.
This one is another popular browser. It comes with a lot of features for its mobile users, like a built-in VPN, an ad-blocker, and a personalized news feed. And let’s not forget about night mode. This one is very similar to the UC Browser, especially when it comes to customized news feed. Opera is also lighter if we are to compare it to the Google Chrome browser.
With this one, you can get as many add-ons as you’d like – you have ad-blockers, cookies remover, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. It also comes with a lot of plugins that make the browser friendlier. There’s also multi-device sync, and the ability to send tabs between mobile and desktop. The interface of the app is very clean and friendly.
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