SAN FRANCISCO, June 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Maxthon, a global software company that develops advanced browsers, announced plans to totally transform the browsing industry with its July launch of MX5. This innovative web browser takes the user experience to a whole new exciting level, not just with advanced browsing capabilities, but also personal and one-stop services.
What’s Next for browsing?
For too long the browser industry has been staid, with little exciting innovation. Traditionally, a browser has been a tool to help users explore the Internet and browse its content. From Netscape to Internet Explorer, from Opera to Firefox, and from Safari to Chrome, the key players have innovated by optimizing the way people browse content.
In today’s always connected world, people are searching for ways to link to services more directly. For example, rather than just browsing a restaurant’s information, people want to be able to easily order within just a few clicks. So, millions of apps have stepped in to provide these kinds of services. But imagine if all these apps had to be installed. The amount of memory they would occupy on the user’s smartphone would be massive. However, when the services of these apps are integrated into a browser, the user will not only save space, but also have a more streamlined experience. This is what Maxthon tries to bring to its users.
Statistics have proven Maxthon is right that people still prefer web browsers than apps. According to analysts, the desire to connect directly to services is especially prominent on the mobile side, with mobile browser traffic being twice that of mobile app traffic in 2015 (click here for the report from Morgan Stanley). The web browser is evolving and has yet to meet these new demands.
So, what’s next?
With more than 400 million users around the world, Maxthon has been making an impact on the industry for the past 13 years with innovations like the implementation of ad block features in its browsers and launching the world’s first cloud-based web browser, Maxthon Cloud Browser. Even when Internet Explorer occupied 95% of the market at its peak in 2003 and 2004 (Digital Trends), Maxthon was able to penetrate the market with its innovative technology, especially in China, where it gained a market share of over 24%, second only to Internet Explorer in 2009 (iResearch).
A Game-Changer: MX5 is coming soon
MX5 represents the future of browsers you can imagine: managing web pages, bookmarks, passwords and personal emails, all in one cloud-based solution.
“While some say Chrome is simplifying web browsing, Maxthon is maximizing it. With its focus on service orientation, our new browser will maximize the user’s web browsing experience,” said Jeff Chen, CEO of Maxthon. “Users will be able to sync data, personal information and browsing preferences in different desktop and mobile devices, regardless of operating system. Maxthon’s MX5 will redefine the web browser as your artificial intelligence-based personal browser assistant.”
To give you a sneak peek at what a futuristic browser has to offer, here’s a look at UUMail: Not just another email service, UUMail enhances the email experience by creating unlimited virtual email IDs to keep the real email address safe and filtering out spams to make sure the inbox stays clean and organized. UUMail is probably the last mailbox you will ever need. Go to www.uu.me to learn more.
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Partner with Maxthon
Mobile developers or service providers interested in integrating with MX5 can contact email@example.com for more information about working with Maxthon.
Founded in 2005, Maxthon is a global software company that develops state-of-the-art web browsers that give users a seamless browsing experience across multiple platforms. Committed to high standards for innovation, the Maxthon suite of browsers supports a wide range of devices from computer to mobile. Maxthon browsers are used each month by more than 100 million people in 140 countries around the globe. Maxthon has offices in San Francisco, Hong Kong and Beijing.
More information about Maxthon can be found at: http://www.maxthon.com/