UCWeb, creators of the popular UC Browser app for Android, has announced the My Videos manager feature for UC Browser that it says will enhance the user's video viewing experience.
Android app gets new video management feature
UCWeb, makers of UC Browser app for Android, has announced a new "My Videos manager" feature for UC Browser that it says will enhance the user's video viewing experience.
The My Videos manager feature lets UC Browser users filter their videos into four sections, namely Watching History, Grabbed (downloaded), Grabbing (downloading), and Local Videos. While the Watching History section, as the name suggests, will show the list of videos viewers have seen previously, the Downloading and Downloaded section lets them manage videos to watch them later.
The Local Video section in the My Videos manager let users play any of their saved videos inside UC Browser. A Download Path option is also provided to show users alternate folder options to help manage their smartphone's storage. UC Browser explains that the My Video Manager can be downloaded from the browser's Menu.
In October, UC Browser version 10.0 was launched for Android devices. The version of UC Browser came with a brand new UI inspired by Google's Material Design philosophy seen in Android 5.0 Lollipop. It also features simplified settings and a redesigned navigation page.
UC Browser for Android 10.0 also included a brand new tab management system that makes it easier to switch between various open tabs.
Version 9.9.2 of UC Browser for Android added a built-in ad blocker feature, which automatically blocks all the advertisements on a webpage. The version also added a navigation page with new icons for browsing content.
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