Maxthon heads to Windows Phone with multi-device cloud syncing in tow

Maxthon heads to Windows Phone

If you’re a Windows Phone user who yearns for a browser other than plain ol’ Internet Explorer, you have one more option starting today. Maxthon, which has already released versions of its mobile browser for Android and iOS, has announced an iteration specifically made for Microsoft’s mobile operating system.

As with the other variants, one of Maxthon’s key features is that if you sign up for a free Maxthon Passport account, you can sync bookmarks online and across devices. Other goodies include forward and backward browser navigation by swiping up and down, touch-optimized bookmarking, Quick Access live tiles and a pop-up address bar. Hit the source to download an alternative to the browser behemoth.

Source: Windows Phone Store, Maxthon

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Author: Daily Tech Whip

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