KakaoTalk

KakaoTalk

Web site: kakaocorp.com/service/KakaoTalk
Category: Network
Subcategory: Instant Messengers
Platform: Android, Bada, BlackBerry, iOS, Nokia Asha, OS X, Windows
License: Freeware
Interface: GUI
Programing language: ?
First release: March 18, 2010
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KakaoTalk – a fast & multifaceted messaging app. Send messages, photos, videos, voice notes and your location for free. Make chatting extra fun with an array of emoticons and sticker collections. It is available on iOS, Android, Bada OS, BlackBerry, Windows Phone, Nokia Asha, Windows and macOS.

Features:
– Speedy & reliable messaging no matter what your network
– Free messages & multimedia (photos, videos, voice notes)
– Free high-quality voice calls (1:1 and group)
– SMS messages (available on certain devices and for +82 users only)
– Emoticones support
– Group chats with an unlimited number of friends
– Plus Friend: Exclusive coupons & deals from your favorite brands
– Voice filter: Fun free calls with Talking Tom & Ben’s voice filters
– Share your location
– See who read your messages (unread count)
– Multitask during free calls (send messages in other chat rooms)
– Schedule appointments, lunches, gatherings (w/ reminders)
– Use KakaoTalk on any smartphone and PC (multi-platform)
– Have even more fun with Kakao mobile games

The application is developed by the Kakao Corporation, a South Korean Internet company that was established in 2010.

UC Browser

UC Browser

Web site: www.ucweb.com
Category: Network
Subcategory: Web Browsers
Platform: Android, aPad, Blackberry, iOS, Java, Symbian, Windows
License: Freeware
Interface: GUI
Programing language: J2ME
First release: 2004

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UC Browser – a free web browser for smartphone devices with fast download, data saving, ad-block functionality, and helps you access music, video, cricket information with smooth experience. Customized cricket feature is available on UC Browser. You can also check your train status, train ticket booking, seat availability, and other train enquiry on UC Browser.

The browser uses the data acceleration and compression technology. It uses proxy servers to compress and render web page data before sending it to users. This process speeds up the loading of websites. The browser can adapt to certain network environments and support the download of many files. In addition, the UC browser has HTML5 applications and cloud synchronization features. It has a “quick download” function, which increases the download speed using the multi-threading technique.

UC Browser is developed by the Chinese mobile Internet company UCWeb, which is in turn owned by the Alibaba Group.