Maxthon promises significant update for Windows phone users soon

MaxthonMaxthon, developer of the popular cross-platform browser with more than 120 million users, today announced the coming release of its newest Windows Phone browser. The latest update features enhanced performance and navigation functions such as quick tab recovery and customization options to make browsing on a Windows smartphone easier, faster and more enjoyable.

"Every platform has its own unique user-experience challenges, including Windows Phone," said Jeff Chen, CEO of Maxthon. "This latest release continues our longstanding history of solving platform-specific UX issues to offer the best web browsing experience for the specific platform."

Driven by user feedback from around the world, Maxthon’s enhanced mobile browsing for Windows Phones has been updated with the following new features:

  • Tab Recovery: With just one click of a button, easily access and restore the last page visited  
  • Progress Bar: Conveniently monitor Maxthon’s impressively fast page load speeds 
  • Smooth Scrolling: Scroll through pages with ease for natural transitions
  • Customizable UI Color: Choose a customized UI color for more personalization
  • Optimized Memory Usage: The best for Windows Phone web browsers. Use multiple tabs at once without being impacted by slower speeds or the fear of crashing

"Conservatively speaking, approximately 2 billion smartphones will hit the market in 2014. Gartner analysts are predicting 15% of these to be Windows," said Karl Mattson, VP of Maxthon’s International Efforts. "We’re excited to be in a position to offer those potential customers a high performance web browser to really make that experience sing."

Additionally, Maxthon recently announced its latest Windows PC web browser with superior speed input that renders web pages and manages downloads faster than any other browser in the world.

The current version of Maxthon for Windows Phone can be found here, with the updated version expected shortly.

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