Opera Mobile 10.1 beta for Android is coming soon to all Android devices and Opera has just set up a new Opera Mobile Next site for this.
This was initially announced last month in a blog post on the Opera blog where they announced that Opera Mobile for Android will be released within a month.
Yesterday, over at the Opera blog, the team announced that they will be releasing Opera Mobile for Android beta within a month.
If you don’t know what Opera Mobile is, it is just a mobile web-browser like the Opera Mini, but this one does not compress the web pages and loads them directly on your phone.
Opera Mini for iPhone was approved today by Apple and is now available for download from the App Store for iPhone and iPod Touch.
By default, Opera Mini for iPhone comes with the setting of showing high quality images in pages.
Opera Mini for iPhone has finally been approved by Apple and is now available for download in the App Store. First Opera Mini for Android, and now finally the iPhone!
Opera has gone a great deal to get Opera Mini approved for the iPhone and iPod Touch users. It was submitted to Apple back in March, but none of us had expected Apple to approve it.
Opera Mini 5 has a hidden power-user settings menu where you can configure some extra options that you won’t find in the default Settings page of Opera Mini.
This was first found back in the Opera Mini 4.2, but now you can customize the same settings in the latest Opera Mini 5 too.
Opera has just released the final versions of its Opera Mini 5 and Opera Mobile 10 mobile browsers.
Opera Mini 5 sports a brand new look, tabbed browsing, and tons of new features that I’m sure all Opera Mini users would love to try.
Opera Mini 5 for Android beta was released a couple of hours ago today and since then I have been playing with the app, and trust me, I’m finding it even way faster than the Opera Mini 5 for Symbian.
This is just the first beta release, which means more improvements and bug fixes will render it into the fastest and the best browser on Android platform.
Yes, Opera Mini 5 beta, the long awaited browser has finally released for the Android users to test and play with the app. This is just the first beta version.
Opera Mini 5 for Android is now available for download. More details on the browser will follow up soon after we test drive it. Check out the full review and screenshots of Opera Mini 5 Android.
Opera Mini for iPhone has been officially announced on the Opera blog and is set to unveil it during the MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2010.
MWC10 is set to kick off in Barcelona next week where Opera plans to unveil more of Opera-powered devices. Just today morning, I tweeted about having Opera Mini for Android. Now I hope they also include the Android version for MWC10.