Maxthon, released a new version of its Android browser, the new version support expanded offline reading and updating.
Jeff Chen, CEO of Maxthon said:
"I believe there is no better Android browser for consuming internet content on the go. This release, with its smarter WiFi and alerts feature, makes it even better."
Along with the new browser Maxthon launched NewsBites wich is a service where Maxthon's C4 Cloud Engine harvests, compresses and then pushes the best news, technology and entertainment content from sources around the world directly to users' devices to read or watch in a very user-friendly design. Launched today, this new version of Maxthon's NewsBites service for Android supports silent WiFi downloading, notifications of new content and offline reading.
The new version also includes:
-The industry's top Android performance: Maxthon's optimized core enables faster speed along with the world's best HTML5 performance and the most comprehensive HTML5 support of any Android browser.
-Ad Blocker: Easy setup and a mix of global and user-created rules block annoying pop-ups, ads and promotions that get in the way.
-Personal file back up and syncing: Users can push and sync their local files from their Android device to a free, secure account in the Cloud and from there to their other Windows, Mac, iOS devices running the Maxthon Cloud Browser. The free storage is unlimited.