After several weeks of testing, the folks over at UC Web have released the final version of UC Browser 8.8 for Java handsets.
Developers previously released two beta versions, so users can try them out and send feedback. Today, UC Web put the stable iteration of UC Browser for Java on its servers so all users can download and install it.
Version 8.8 of UC Browser comes with improved File Manager that features the ability to preview images and create folders.
In addition, devs claim that the download speed of large files has been improved 2 times over the previous versions.
Users will now be able to create customized shortcut keys for webpages and actions, as well as share on Twitter. The Settings menu interface has been optimized as well.
Lots of known issues have been fixed, including the ones listed below:
- Can't choose input history on touch phone;
- Can't login UDisk on SonyEricsson phone;
- Downloading list of UDisk missing when restarting UC Browser;
- Can't save proxy server configuration.
UC Browser 8.8 is now available as a free download via Softpedia and it should be fully compatible with all devices that support Java. Check it out here.
UPDATE: UCWeb has just released a new test version of UC Browser 8.9. More details are available here.