UC Browser is one of the leading mobile web browsers developed by the Chinese mobile Internet company UCWeb. The browser comes with special features to load web pages quickly with lesser data consumption. It also has other features like fast download, cloud acceleration, cloud sync, and the ability to download files in a different format. As the UC Web browser is free, you don’t need any subscription to access the app. In this article, let us discuss how to install UC Browser on Android TV.
How to Install UC Browser on Android TV
Since there is no official UC Browser app on Android tvOS, you need to sideload the apk with the help of the Downloader app.
 Turn on your Android TV and connect it to a standard WiFi network.
 Select the Apps tab on the home screen.
 Choose the Google Play Store and click the Search icon.
 Type and search for Downloader.
 Select the Downloader app and tap the Install button.
 Now, you have to change the TV settings for installing apps from an unknown source.
 Go back to the home screen to open the Settings.
 Go to the Device Preferences option and tap the Security & Restrictions option.
 Select Unknown Sources and scroll down to the Downloader app to enable the setting.
 Now, open the Downloader app on the Android TV and select Allow in the prompt.
 Enter UC Browser Android TV apk URL in the required section and click the Go button.
 Wait for the UC Browser apk file to download on your TV.
 Once the apk file gets downloaded, click Install.
 Click Done after installing it.
 Finally, open the UC Browser and start browsing the web pages you want.
Frequently Asked Questions
No. You can’t get it from Play Store. But you can sideload the apk version with the help of the Downloader app.
>>Clear browser cache and data.
>>Enable data usage in the background.
>>Check battery optimization.
>>Reinstall UC Browser.
Puffin, Google Chrome, Firefox, and Kiwi are some of the popular browsers that you can use on Smart TVs running on Android tvOS.