After banning 59 mobile apps from China, everyone was looking for the replacement of these apps. Amidst all this, some people were using the UC browser. Its subscriber number in India is more than 50 crores i.e. more people use UC browser than those who do not use WhatsApp. If you are looking for an alternative after the UC browser is banned, then this news is for you. Let's know about the five options of UC Browser.
Bharat browser was developed by a Bangalore-based startup named BlueSky Inventions. On the home screen of the India browser, you can find content related to every state and union territory of the country. The size of this app is just 8 MB. This app is available in nine Indian languages. It has a separate section for videos and games. It also has a separate section for children.
Epic Privacy Browser
Epic Privacy Browser has also been developed by Bangalore-based web app company Hidden Reflex. Its CEO is Alok Bhardwaj. This browser is based on Google's Chromium project. According to the company, there is no problem with this app about privacy. This app has Always Incognito browsing feature with fingerprint protection and encrypted connection.
If you are looking for a web browser with an Indian name then this app is for you. This app is specially designed for 4G networks. This browser has support of more than 10 search engines and along with it is a feature of block image which will help you to enjoy fast browsing. It also has a night mode. Ads Blocker inbuilt will be found in this app. It has been developed by a Delhi developer.
You must know about the Jio Browser. You can use this app as an alternative to Google Chrome and UC Browser. It has a dark mode with support for many Indian languages. It also has a schedule download feature. The size of this app is 6.7 MB.
If you do not like any of these apps, then you can use Omigo browser. It provides the latest videos and news. It also has adblocker inbuilt. This app has been prepared by a team from Agra. The app claims that your search history will be automatically deleted as soon as the browser is closed.