Maxthon Cloud is a suite of state-of-the-art, cloud-power, next-generation web browsers that work in concert, making it easy for users to maintain a continuous experience, un-tethered to a single device or operating system. It represents the next era of web browsing, leveraging an innovative approach to technology and user experience design for which Maxthon is well known.
Maxthon Cloud Browser for Windows uses a unique, innovative dual-core design that uses both Webkit and Trident. Fast and efficient, our dual-core design displays all web pages quickly and reliably. With its first-place HTML 5 support and "out of the box" features you can't get anywhere else, Maxthon Cloud Browser for Windows frees people to share and send files among different devices and platforms, easily.
- Optimized memory usage
- [Webkit core]
- Fixed Magic Fill not functioning correctly on some web pages
- Fixed bugs when zooming pages
- Fixed bugs on certain web pages of JD.com
- Fixed a bug that scrolling up on a page is not working on touch screens
- Fixed a bug that a download link goes to a blank page and won't close
- Improved Webkit core stability
Reviewing 220.127.116.110 Beta (Jun 14, 2013)
Great browser, my favorite by far. I love the built in ad blocker, spell checker, and search engine customization. It has a "download manager", which works OK but needs multi threading and sound notifications, and to minimize to the tray. Lately Maxthon has added global ad blocking rules, but stupidly took out ad filtering by clicking the offending ad. . Makes no sense at all. This release is fast and stable, and a good time for new users to try it. The portable version is great for that.
Reviewing 18.104.22.1680 Beta (May 23, 2013)
Was waiting for Page Mute for quite some time. AWESOME RELEASE. Luvv the built-in webpage snapshot of long pages..the user/password filler...the undo of page close...drag to open pages...search one of several custom "search engines" (I have "a product"=Amazon search, "e product"=eBay, "y clip"=YouTube search, etc), address bar custom shortcuts ("fb"=facebook, "gm"=gmail, "b"=betanews, etc.) and most of all the stability, and speed.
Reviewing 22.214.171.1240 Beta (Apr 14, 2013)
Agree with the others.
Maxton 2 was a very good browser.
Mx3/4 - disappointment.
Reviewing 126.96.36.19900 (Apr 3, 2013)
Those "tiny little features" were the only reasons to use Maxthon rather than Fiirefox, Chrome or even IE.
Reviewing 188.8.131.520 (Mar 30, 2013)
I don't understand why the gripes. This browser has no issues like Opera had in rendering certain websites. It has improved on its html5 score in every new release and is far ahead of any other browser, including Chrome. I suggest every new comer try this out at html5test.com and verify this for himself. This version also boots up and renders faster than the previous ones.
I personally would not care about skins and other small issues, which do not in any way contribute to its overall performance. I think people should be more objective and look at the package as a whole, and not trash it just because it misses some tiny little feature that they liked in an earlier version.