Lenovo web service has been out of action since May, and now the company is back with an updated web browser and a new mobile app.
Lenovo says the new browser, called “Sophia”, is based on the web browser “Yakkety Yak” which was originally developed by Lenovo and is now available on several other platforms.
It also offers a new version of the mobile app called “Tango”, which also offers support for Google’s Chromecast streaming device.
Lenovo has added support for Microsoft’s Xbox One console, as well as Android and iOS devices, and a desktop app.
There’s also support for the Xbox One game streaming service.
The app now also supports the web version of Windows 10, and allows users to sign in using their email, passwords and Microsoft account, and to share the results of their searches with others.
“Soprano” is a term used in Hindi for a woman with a good voice, and the new app also lets users set a custom voice.
It doesn’t support any Microsoft games yet, but “Sonic Mania” and “The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt” are available on the new Chrome browser, which Lenovo says is the first browser to support the latter.
Lenovo is also working on a web version for the Roku TV and a Android app, which is being released in a “beta” state.
Lenovo’s web service also offers its own VPN service, called Wifi, that is meant to be more secure than its competitor’s.
Lenovo says it is working on another version of “SOPRANO”, and has also added support to Google’s Chrome browser.
The new browser is now compatible with Android phones and tablets running Chrome OS, and is expected to launch in October.
The Lenovo web browser is also available on a variety of other platforms, including iOS, Windows, Android, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung, Xbox One, Chromecast and Amazon Fire tablets.
It supports multiple languages, including English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Russian and Chinese.
Lenio says the company has invested $1 billion into its web service, and says the first 100,000 users will receive free upgrades to the new version in October, and “up to 50,000” new users will be able to upgrade to the current version of Lenovo’s software, which will be free of charge.
“We expect to launch the SOPRANSO software in the first quarter of 2018, with a new user base expected in the third quarter of that year,” the company said.