Maxthon Mobile Browser Now Features xda-developers – Oh, And 3000 Articles!!!
This is a bit of an unexpected honor, and we thought it was worth mentioning. When you open a mobile browser (whichever this may be) you are presented with a home screen. Unless you change it to something else, the screen is usually a collection of what the developer thinks may be the most useful content to browse and tools needed to search for stuff. Well, as it turns out, one of the links on said page is none other than your favorite forum. Yup, xda-developers has been featured as a “featured link” on Maxthon Mobile browser. The app seems to have been turning lost of heads since its latest installment, as the devs are working tirelessly to get the browser to the top of the charts as quickly as possible.
And in case you missed the second part of the title, we have just reached our 3000th article here in the Portal. A lot of blood sweat and tears have been poured into this wonderful news outlet of ours that communicates the inner depths of our forum with the outside world. We thank all of our readers, members, and tipsters for all that you provide to us. We would not have made it without you guys and gals!!
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