UC Browser HD updated to version v3.2 for Android

By | May 21, 2014

UC Browser HD is specially designed for the big screen devices and it features gesture controlled video player and browsing. UC Web has updated its UC Browser HD for Android bringing it to the version v3.2. It offers the better browsing experience on large screen device like phablets and tablets.

Coming to the update, UC Web has introduced the three new features with UC Browser HD 3.2, out of which two are related directly to the video access and management and the third update is related to user interface improvements. The first feature that came with updated version is “Video More”, which now shows the most popular videos from the various sources. Now you can access theVideo More section by just swiping to the left from the browser’s home screen. This feature is currently available in some Asian countries and will be available in more countries very soon.

The second feature with the update is video management tool, My Videos which lets the users to play and delete the videos that are saved. You can access this option by clicking on the menu button on the top right corner. Another major update is some user interface tweaks, which now make the app looks simple and it aims to provide only the essential and most popular things.

It now supports the split screen Multi Window feature which allows the Samsung users to open the other apps along with the UC Browser at the same time.



  • Gesture Controlled Video Player : Adjust the video options like move forward and backward, brightness of the video with just a finger slide.
  • Spontaneous Gesture control : You can control the tabs simply by just swiping the fingers.
  • Smart Downloading : Supports background, multi and cloud downloading and with auto re-connection feature.
  • Watch while downloading : Ability to watch the videos when they are downloading.
  • Ad blocking : Block the ads for a pleasant browsing experience.
  • Private browsing feature protects the privacy and night mode protects your eyes in dark.
  • Access webpages that you use frequently with one touch with speed dial feature.
  • Easily sync your bookmarks and history between all your devices.


Author: Peter Jacksonn

Peter, the most experienced in The Tech Bulletin team is a professional blogger and interested in reviewing the gadgets, giving solutions for technical queries. He covers the consumer electronics section along with latest apps and games.+Peter