UC Browser To Launch UC Drive With 20GB Free Online Storage In India
Anil - Jan 16, 2020
For Indian users, UC Drive will be a better alternative to Google Drive or Amazon Drive.
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UC Browser – one of the most-downloaded mobile browsers in the world – has surprisingly announced a bespoke revamp for the Indian market: UC Drive. As suggested by the name itself, the UC Drive will be an additional space for easier storage when allowing users to save various types of files during every browsing session.
With the arrival of UC Drive, Indian users won’t have to take additional memory or internal storage of their devices to save downloadable content from UC Browser, such as photos, videos, and songs. In particular, UC Browser users in India are given 20GB of free online storage for their uses. As such, not only does the UC Drive cut down mobile data spending but it’s also a dedicated contribution to the internal storage of their devices. Needless to say, Indian users can start to enjoy unlimited browsing and downloading experience on UC Browser without any worries.
UC Browser now serves a staggering number of users with more than one billion downloads globally. Half of all global installs are said to come from India, making the country become the largest market for the parent company of this web browser. Based on such reasons, it’s not something too surprising about the launch of UC Drive in India. Shifting from desktop devices to smartphones, users have to face several problems with storage and data usage, and UC Drive, therefore, seems to be the best answer to their concerns.
While Google Drive and Amazon Drive are respectively offering 15GB and 5GB of free online storage, UC Drive will become a better alternative for users: more convenient, less data- and storage-consuming.