Maxthon Browser for Android Available
It is always a good thing to try new, different browsers in our devices to get as close to as possible to the Desktop experience. Also, while the stock Android browser is good, there are far better options out there, just like what XDA member maxthon has prepared for us. Maxthon is a rather well known browser for PC, which has taken the plunge and decided to start playing around in the Android area to try and replicate the experience. So far, the results of this are pretty remarkable with the browser being smooth and fast, according to some reports from a few members. The device offers many features such as tabbed browsing, gestures, syncing to the cloud, and much more.
The dev is looking for feedback on this, so if you happened to try it, please drop by and let him know about your experience and if you found any bugs.
We recently launched our mobile browser, and would love to hear what you guys think about it. We also operate a PC browser, which has generated over 500 million downloads.
Some of Maxthon Android browser’s features include:
You can find more information in the application thread.
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