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Opera has announced that it will be migrating to the open source WebKit HTML/CSS rendering engine for most of its new releases on Android smartphones, iOS, and on desktop computers.
Opera’s new software is a WebKit-based browser designed with touchscreen devices in mind. The browser is supposed to be Opera’s answer to Chrome and Safari, the two major browsers that use the WebKit engine.
The latest release Opera Mobile browser offers some key features that make it so popular. First there is its Turbo mode, which is now complemented by SPDY. Then your Android phone will only download the binary intended for your particular platform, reducing data use and overhead.
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.