This morning, Microsoft released their first Android phone, the Nokia X2. Now, BetaNews alerts us that because Microsoft has not ported Internet Explorer to Android it has chosen to make Opera the default browser for the Nokia X2.
A new version of Opera for Android is ready for update. The update brings a few new items, the best of which include a new UI for switching between tabs and improvements on resuming downloads after pause or crash.
Welcome to the Sunday Giveaway, the place where we giveaway a cool Android or tech gadget each and every Sunday. This month our Sunday Giveaway is sponsored by Opera Max for Android. Please be sure to have a look at our review of Opera Max and see how you can use it to save money by saving data usage. — Updated: April 27 2014 — The giveway is now complete, the winner of the Samsung Galaxy S5 has been selected, congratulations to Shawn M. (USA). We have gone through all the screenshots and have a winner. Brandon J. (USA) Saved a massive…
Opera Max is an application from the makers of Opera Browser that could help cut your data usage dramatically. In this review, we’re going to check it out.
Opera for Android is receiving a sizeable update today, bringing support for WebRTC-based video chatting, new UI layouts, a redesigned speed dial page, and a smarter download manager.
Starting today, Opera is taking sign-ups for the soon to be widely released Beta version of their Max app and service. Max is a free app that reduces your data usage by compressing all non-encrypted data to your Android device.
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!
Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook, has launched Internet.org, a new initiative to bring the internet to developing countries. Working with companies like Ericsson, MediaTek and Nokia, Internet.org wants to make internet access available to billions more people.
Are you tired of the Google Play Store? Do you want to try out marketplaces out there? Well, you’ve come to the right place, as we’ve consolidated some of the best Play Store alternatives into a single list, but just how much content do they offer? Read on to find out.