UCWeb, Flipkart partner to launch mobile-site on UC Browser

By April 6th, 2016 AT 6:38 PM

The maker behind UC Browser UCWeb and the e-commerce major Flipkart has joined hands to launch a mobile-site of Flipkart on UC Browser, offering the users an enhanced shopping experience, even under low network availability.


Announcing the partnership, Robert Bu, GM, UCWeb India said, “The m-commerce market is thriving with local e-tailors offering big-ticket discounts and mega offers. UC Browser, as the most popular browser in the country and Flipkart, the leading e-commerce company in India, would give users the best and most enjoyable shopping experience, along with the best offerings you can find on the internet.”

In a media release, UCWEB reported a 75% jump in its traffic for e-commerce in the month leading up to Diwali 2015. UC Browser, as a mobile gateway to internet for many mobile only users, is capable to deliver significant traffic to e-commerce sites, stated the company.

“With over 50% of India’s internet traffic coming from hand-held devices, e-commerce players are witnessing huge traffic through the mobile. With higher spending power, better payment options and increased smartphone penetration, this number will only see a steady rise. We will continue to explore deeper cooperation opportunities with Flipkart in the future,” Bu added.

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I have never heard of any web browser that DOES NOT track users ! ALL the browsers, apps etc., including Google, Microsoft, Apple track everything a user does and God knows what they do with it ! So, saying avoiding Chinese makes no difference !


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