Now here is something to get you excited, a major browser release from something other than Microsoft or Google. As the name implies, the following build is all about the cloud. In fact, that’s where the majority of new features come from.
– Cloud Push: ability to send text, images and websites across a variety of Maxthon web browsers (Windows, Mac, Android and iOS).
– Cloud Tabs: automated tab sync for all your PCs, phones and tablets.
– Cloud Download: allows you to download and upload files to “My Cloud” for backup purposes on any device.
Wonder what the idea looks like? Check this video:
As far as other changes go, you can expect various speed and memory optimizations, can’t complain about that.
What do you think? Looks like Maxthon is betting big on the cloud, something what Microsoft used to talk about back in 2007. Unfortunately for them, Internet Explorer team still prefers sunshine over the clouds.
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