Opera Mini is probably the most popular mobile web browser out there. It makes sense that Android has now received the anticipated upgrade to Opera Mini 5. To put things into perspective, Opera Mobile 4 was made available for Android just over a year ago and since then it has been widely used as an alternative to the native Android browser on most Android based phones or devices.
The most noteable updates include the tabbed browsing, which has been available for the Symbian phone version for a while. Indeed, pretty much every smartphone browser supports this now anyway. Also, you can enjoy ‘Speed Dial’ for your top 9 sites, a password manager along with Opera Link, which synchronises your bookmarks (speed dial) between your handset and your desktop computer so long as that too is running Opera.
[Via Opera Mini]