Opera Mobile 10 is now available for Windows Mobile phones and users can download to give it a try.
Most notable changes in the new Opera Mobile 10 beta is the sleek design, which Opera first introduced to the world in the recent release of Opera Mini 5 beta.
Opera Mobile 10 Beta is now available for Nokia and S60 devices. Most notable changes in the new Opera Mobile 10 beta is the sleek design, which Opera first introduced to the world in the recent release of Opera Mini 5 beta.
Opera started teasing its fans from the weekend with a simple Opera Next page saying â€œComing very soon: The next generation in mobile browsingâ€, and then two days ago announced the product to be Opera Mini 5.
Today, Opera Mini 5 Beta was released for public to download and try to see what the next generation mobile browser has in store for us!
Opera Mini is an award-winning and the best Java-based web browser for mobile phones. It is being used by more than 20 million users around the world, thanks to its powerful features.
Before the weekend, Opera came out with a teaser saying “Coming very soon: The next generation in mobile browsing”.
Opera unveiled its latest innovation today called Opera Turbo, which aims to provide faster browsing experience by compressing compress bandwidth consumption.
This is basically for users who surf the Internet a lot while on the go (i.e. on mobile phones). More and more people now rely on wireless and mobile-Internet connections, and with that in mind Opera launches Opera Turbo to increase mobility and on-the-go connectivity needs of end users.
Opera Mini for Android was in beta stage since November 2008, but the Opera team has finally made it live, the final Opera Mini 4.2 for Google Android.
It is is an award-winningÂ Java-based web browser for mobile phones, which is being used by more than 44 million people!
Opera has announced that they will soon be releasing the final version of Opera 9.5. Yesterday, they released the release candidate (RC) version of Opera 9.5, which follows after the snapshot release which took place a few days ago. Just a reminder to all Opera fans, a new default skin was added in the snapshot release (image above) and will be available in all the further versions. This new Opera is going to be in with competition with Firefox 3 and Internet Explorer 8.
Opera 9.5 has been in beta stages for several months now, but with the release candidate release, things look much better now. Several new features have been added, and many bugs have been fixed. Here’s what Opera team had to say on this release: