Opera Unleashes Updated Mini Browser for Mobile Phones
Jun 19, 2007, 6:46 AM by (staff)
Opera Software made the public beta of its new Opera Mini 4 mobile Web browser available for download today. Mini has been rewritten from the ground up to improve mobile browsing. It has a zooming feature that allows you to see an overview of the entire Web page and then zoom into the section you'd like to see, fitting the desired column to the width of the screen in a manner similar to the S60 browser or Safari on the iPhone. It also has a virtual mouse to let you select links on each page, as well as up-and-down and left-to-right scrolling functions built into the keypad. Mini works on most Java-enabled phones.
Opera Brings Mini Browser to Windows Phone
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Blackberry 8830 (Verizon World Phone)
When it get's to the point where you have to accept the EULA it only gives the option to Exit....not accept.
Wikipedia and IMDB search is gone
How exactly do you go about getting Opera Mini 4 onto a handset? Do you just navigate through Cingular's MediaNet and find it there? Is it that easy? I'd like to know.
But I am very, very glad with what I read,...
At least they should let us choose which search engine but it's probably a money deal between yahoo and opera.