Maxthon v184.108.40.2060 (+ Portable) | 73.9 Mb
Maxthon Cloud Browser is powered by Maxthon's cloud engine, makes seamless web browsing no longer just a concept. These state-of-the-art, cloud-power, next-generation web browsers work in concert & make it easy for users to maintain a continuous experience, un-tethered to a single device or operating system. Maxthon Cloud is not limited to a single device ecosystem or operating system: It moves files, data & web session information from browser to browser, unconfined by a single set of cloud products or devices.
Maxthon Cloud creates continuity by addressing the fundamental issue faced by all web users today: how to manage information in a seamless & unified way while using many different devices. Doing this well requires a commitment to 3 major product principles. Maxthon Cloud for Windows uses the fast & efficient, innovative dual-core design using both Webkit & Trident, that ensure all web pages are displayed quickly & reliably.
Maxthon Cloud Browser launches the next era of web browsing, leveraging an innovative approach to technology & user experience design for which Maxthon is well known. It also represents the latest chapter of the rich dialogue Maxthon has had with its global community since the creation of My IE2.
Maxthon Cloud Browser unique features:
Lightning fast speed - Maxthon Cloud uses an optimized web engine that loads webpages & runs applications faster than any other browsers.
Cloud syncing - Maxthon Cloud syncs user data, history & tabs across any platform their choice.
Cloud download - Simultaneous storage of user downloads in the cloud;
Cloud storage - You can create their own storage space in the cloud.
Cloud pushing - You can push content (webpages, text, pictures & links) from any webpage to any device running Maxthon Cloud.
Developer tools supported in Retro mode in Win10
HTTPS pages can not prompt Warning window in Retro mode
Address bar completion does not match with Dropdown menu
Fixed malcious webpage leak
Fixed some bugs caused by NULL pointer