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How to best use your Maxthon Passport

Thursday, May 22nd, 2014

Feature Focus: Maxthon Passport 

Did you know that Maxthon offers a free service that allows you save, send, sync, and store a whole bunch of stuff in your own private, secure cloud? It’s called Maxthon Passport and is available to anyone who uses a Maxthon web browser.

Here are two cool things you can do with a free Maxthon Passport account:

  • Seamless Browsing — Maxthon web browsers and the Passport account work together allowing you to easily move from one device running Maxthon (like your iPad) to another (like your work PC). It lets you ‘pick up where you left off.’
  • Syncing and Sharing Files — With a Passport account, you’re free to store any kind of downloadable file into your own secure private cloud. Once you’ve sent a file to your cloud, you can push it to any of your devices running Maxthon. Or share it with a friend via SMS or email.


Convinced? Click here to get your free Maxthon Passport today!



Thanks for using Maxthon! :)

Best Regards,

The Maxthon Team

We Have Launched a NEW and APPROVED Affiliates Program!

Tuesday, May 20th, 2014

Thanks to all of our amazing Affiliates and their feedback, we just launched a NEW and IMPROVED Affiliate Program. Our Affiliates will now have their own Affiliate portal to log-in to, ability to grab a large variety of marketing materials and be on their way to promoting Maxthon and getting fun rewards!

Go to: to sign up. It’s easy and fast!

Please help us spread the word about this new exciting program, by sharing with your friends.

And as always, your feedback is greatly appreciated! =)

Maxthon at TechCrunch Disrupt in New York!

Thursday, May 15th, 2014

Check out the pictures below from our time sponsoring the TechCrunch Disrupt conference in New York!

Maxthon Cloud Browser for Windows V4.4.0.4000 is Officially Released!

Wednesday, May 14th, 2014

Maxthon Cloud Browser official version is available for you to download. Please check out the changelog below.

Any feedback on this version would be appreciated.

Installer version:

Portable version:

Changelog for [2014-05-15]:

Fixed bugs:
[Main Frame]
* The pop-ups interception problem in some cases

* Improved Core Stability

To better and more efficiently solve the problems you meet during the usage, for any suggestions or bug reports, we do hope you may go to ‘Product Support‘ area and report/describe by a new separate thread for each problem/topic. We will read each thread and update the follow-up status then. Meanwhile, some problems are probably be left out if they are stated in other thread.

Maxthon Cloud Browser for Linux V1.0.2.0 Beta Released!

Sunday, May 11th, 2014

Today, Maxthon is very excited to bring you guys increasingly advanced and optimized products with this V1.0.2.0 Beta.
V1.0.2.0 Beta Changelogs:

1. Added Cloud Tabs feature on Last Session page. You can login to see your tabs of other devices.
2. The Last Session page will always remember your open tabs. Even after crash, you can open it to see your unfinished tabs.
3. Right-click on the address bar, you can see a new “Copy title and URL” item.
4. Restored Maxthon User Agent.

Please note: This release is a trial version instead of a final release. Thus, it may have bugs or other potential problems.

Downloads for 32-bit:
MD5: 987bd83259ad36eb8669cc9f20f0024a
MD5: 00810ae69adbb3e6db647a0cf33c0dc3
MD5: 9140ccfc430e1a0d0e77f3fc01a4a17a

Downloads for 64-bit:
MD5: 592d7b647ca9d67dc1f5fb2ea488f9eb
MD5: 9a6a5e09faf25d6867cf5405eaceed05
MD5: 120a67c33c32160413c0a98521f6e562

To better and more efficiently solve the problems you meet during the usage, for any suggestions or bug reports, we do hope you may go to ‘Product Support‘ area and report/describe by a new seperate thread for each problem/topic. We will read each thread and update the follow-up status then. Meanwhile, some problems are probably be left out if they are stated in other thread. Thanks very much for your cooperation!

Maxthon – My Favorite Web Browser

Friday, May 9th, 2014

via Found Online Today


Maxthon is now my web browser of choice which I have now been using for more than a month. It is fast and loaded with lots of great features. One of those features, is you can download stuff to your computer, or into the cloud so you can access those files from anywhere. The download manager has tons of info. Maxthon has it’s own selection of apps for the sidebar including twitter and gmail for example. Another feature I like is you can display data such as CPU usage, available memory, upload/download speed and IP address in the bar at the bottom of the browser. Maxthon also includes AdHunter for blocking ads on websites. You have full control over over the AdHunter settings. If you’re looking for an alternative reliable web browser, then I highly recommend Maxthon Web Browser.


Maxthon Labs Private Beta Contest!

Thursday, May 1st, 2014

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Introducing the NEW Maxthon Affiliates Program (Beta)

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

Introducing the NEW Maxthon Affiliates Program (Beta)

Today is a very good day. Today, we’re launching a shiny NEW Maxthon Affiliates Program (Beta), a centralized hub for getting and sharing Maxthon download buttons around the world. The Maxthon Affiliates Program is all about getting rewarded with prizes, praise and good vibes for driving new activations of Maxthon Web Browsers. We have a ton of fun Maxthon giveaways in stock and we can’t wait to give them away to our active Affiliates!

Although we’re eager to open the program to everyone, we need to make sure our Affiliate engines are running at their best to accommodate you, our future Affiliate, as best as we can.

At this time, we will be selecting 100 Affiliates for our Affiliate Program (beta). This is on a first come first serve basis, so don’t wait, and sign up today! Registration for the program will close on May 23rd.

Click here to sign up today!

For any questions, please contact us at

We look forward to working with you!

Best Regards,

The Maxthon Team

Users Beware: Even Homeland Security Says Not to Use Internet Explorer

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

How scary is the latest Internet Explorer security vulnerability? Even the U.S. government says not to use IE until the browser is fixed.

The flaw, which affects Internet Explorer versions 6 and up, allows bad guys to gain complete access to a PC via a malicious website. Dubbed “Operation Clandestine Fox” by the security firm FireEye, the threat is real. And dangerous.

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security doesn’t issue security alerts for computer software very often, but this time, it made an exception. Many agencies within the U.S. government use versions of IE.

Homeland Security recommends that users or administrators “enable Microsoft EMET where possible” and to “consider employing an alternative web browser until an official update is available.”

That’s good advice. Microsoft’s next schedule “Patch Tuesday” isn’t until May 13, although the company may push out an unscheduled update earlier. If you’re using an unsupported version of Windows — like Windows XP — don’t expect to get any updates.

For Windows XP users, the best course of action is to move to Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox now.

Maxthon Cloud Browser for Android v4.2.3.2000 is Officially Released!

Monday, April 28th, 2014

【Release】Maxthon Cloud Browser for Android v4.2.3.2000


[New Features]
- Added more websites for you to choose from and add to your Quick Access. Just click the + button to view the websites we handpicked for you. (NOTE: We are hard at work adding even more websites!)

- Improve auto full screen experience and remove the ‘complete full screen’ option for this version
- The website icon will now be displayed for the websites you add as shortcuts to your desktop.
- Fixed the issue of request denial when accessing a webpage with an IP address.
- Improved synchronization of Favorites.

Google Play: