Maxthon 3 Released

By | August 29, 2010

Maxthon 3 Screenshots

Maxthon International has recently released the final version of Maxthon 3 web browser that enables users to use both, Trident and Webkit rendering engines, as well as V8 JavaScript engine.

Furthermore, it now includes features such as: Speed Dial, Sync, Mouse Gestures, Maxthon Multi Search and more.


Review is coming soon.

Thanks to Ichann for the news tip.

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  1. asfa says:

    I like this version, is pretty, but i feel is a little unstable.

  2. Armin says:

    Looks a bit like Opera to me. I do hope Maxthon gains some market share so as to further provide competition. The only market that I can think of where Maxthon currently stands out is China.

  3. Yep, it looks likes Opera, has same functionality as Opera. Competition is good, but why use Chinese imitation, when you can have European original.  :P

  4. Ichan says:

    Thanks to Ichann for the news tip.

    Yeah ten years ago :D

    Go Maxthon steal like a whore. :)

  5. filip007 says:

    This browser is a joke, but good enough for China i guess, anyway don’t use it. They have managed to copy what ever is out there.

    • Ichan says:

      Give me one browser that hasn’t done this
      Better intact; Give me a browser that has introduced something ‘revolutionary’ lately.
      People forget that all this sealing/copying/improving is a win for consumers. I don’t care if X copied Y, if it means I get a better choice from an usability aspect I wouldn’t complain.
      Think about it this way. I love INTEL but would it prove a good feat if AMD was to die?
      Will it be good if NVIDIA or ATI rule supreme?
      Choice. Do not take it for granted.

  6. Shane B says:

    I’ve heard Maxthon 3 will have Maxthon 2’s features ported to it in future releases and Maxthon International are looking for ambassadors ATM.

  7. Jeff says:

    Im currently using maxthon 3. I have to say that it definitely feels like an opera knockoff.  Seems stable and lightweight. installation only took a couple seconds. Its pretty quick for being based off the trident engine. When I think of trident, I think of IE, then I think of slowness.  But its better than I expected, even though i set my expectations for this browser really low. But thumbs up for maxthon :)