Opera Software announced the launch in beta of a new service that aims to drastically reduce data consumption on Android devices by compressing all non-encrypted HTTP traffic hitting your device.
Opera has spent 2013 revamping their entire mobile interface and most recently, an Opera tablet UI was added. In this review we check it out!
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Google is going to copy Opera Mini’s compression service and stick it inside Chrome, which can only be a good thing for people on slow wireless networks.
Opera has launched an innovative mobile-based service called the Opera Web Pass, which is aimed at mobile web users especially coming from emerging markets. The new offer breaks the traditional business model where companies usually charge per MB data consumed by the user.
Opera Mini 7.5 just launched, and it introduces three new features that will help improve your mobile browsing experience. These are brought by the new Smart Page, which basically offers an overview of the latest news and content from around the web, your friends and your location.
Opera (the company behind Opera Mini, and Opera Mobile) has just released its monthly “State of the Mobile Web” report, this time focusing on the Asia Pacific region.
Your Android phone carries pre-installed applications called stock apps. Your phone carries a stock keyboard, a stock camera app, and a stock web browser. But, if your Android phone already has the required stock applications, why would most users prefer third-party applications on their phones? The answer is simple. Third-party apps offer more enhanced features compared to stock apps. One of the famous third-party apps for web browsing is the Opera Mini web browser. The newest version of Opera Mini will let you enjoy a newer and faster browsing experience on the web. The updated browser features support for OpenGLES…
Tonight we are asking, what is your favorite Android browser? Yesterday afternoon the long awaited release of the Google Chrome browser for Android finally released. But the sad thing is, it’s only compatible with ICS, so I have not been able to play around with it. Most people I know use Dolphin for its’ speed and ability to turn off flash when it’s not needed, because we know flash can slow down your device as well as eat up some precious battery. I actually still use the stock browser on my Droid Bionic, there isn’t a whole lot of stuff I use…