UCWeb launched less than two weeks ago a beta version of UC Browser for Android tablets. This week, developers announced that the final iteration is now available for download for all Android users.
UC Browser 2.2 is aimed at Android tablets and comes with several new features and improvements meant to make the application smoother and more stable.
For the time being, the latest version of UC Browser for Android tablets is only available via developers’ site and Softpedia, but it will soon be released on Google Play Store.
There are no additional changes included in this final version of UC Browser for Android tablets, other than those mentioned in the beta version several days ago.
In this regard, fans of the amazingly popular mobile browser will be happy to know that UC Browser for Android tablets now comes with QR Code feature, which is positioned in the URL bar.
With the QR code scanner users will be able to quickly and easily scan QR codes using either their tablet’s camera or scanning them directly from the webpage.
Secondly, the new version of UC Browser for Android Tablets has a Night Mode, which makes it easier for users to take advantage of the application’s features in dark conditions.
Select and Copy is also a new feature recently introduced for Android tablets owners. As the name suggests, it allows them to copy or paste text by long pressing on the page and moving the cursor to select it.
Last but not least, the latest update adds the option to save images by long pressing the image, then clicking save in the menu.
UC Browser 2.2.1 is now available as a free download via Softpedia and it should be fully compatible with all tablets running Android 2.1 and up. Check it out here.