The folks at UC Web have finally released UC Browser 8.3 for Java mobile phones. However, it appears that the devs plan to launch a second version of the browser completely integrated with cloud service.
The “cloud” version of UC Browser 8.3 is expected to arrive in about two weeks, and promises to offer users even more data compression via UC Web’s own servers.
Until then, UC Browser fans can download the official version, which is fully integrated with cloud-side apps such as UDisk and App Center.
With UDisk users can connect to their UC Web account and save anything to it from local storage to web resources. UC Web offers users 70MB of free long-time cloud storage and 2GB of free 7-day storage.
App Center has been introduced a while ago in the Android version of UC Browser, but the application is now available within the Java version as well.
Keep in mind that UC Browser 8.3 now provides users the possibility to read news, watch videos and sync bookmarks directly from the App Center.
For the time being, the developers claim there are only three applications available for Java mobile phone users, but more will be added in the near future. UDisk, Quick Reads and Online Bookmarks are the only applications available in the App Center.
Quick Reads is a simple application that allows Java users to scan for major headlines. With Online Bookmarks users can access their bookmarks while on the move.
On a side note, UC Web is also working on a new Symbian version of UC Browser, which will be available within the next few days. Stay tuned for more updates on the matter.
The official version of UC Browser 8.3 for Java is now available as free download via Softpedia and it should be fully compatible with all Java mobile phones.