Full Opera Mobile Browser Headed to Android 'Soon'
Opera Software today confirmed that it plans to offer its full Opera Mobile browser to the Android platform in the next month. According to Opera, Opera Mobile for Android will support hardware acceleration and pinch-to-zoom. Opera says that the new browser will be available to all versions of the Android platform. It can be downloaded directly from Opera or from the Android Market once the software is ready. Opera Mini is already available to Android devices.
Opera Ad Blocker Now Available to Android, iOS, Windows
Opera updated several of its mobile browsers today, bringing its ad blocking tool to Android, iOS, and Windows handsets. First, Opera refreshed its main Opera browser for Android.
Opera Mini for Windows Phone Exits Beta
Opera today said its Opera Mini web browser is now available as a stable release for Windows Phone. The browser had been available as a beta for several months.
Opera Mini for Android Puts the Kibosh On Ads
Opera today released a new version of its Opera Mini browser for Android and gave it a native ad blocker. Opera claims the ad blocker serves two purposes: 1.
Opera Mini for Android Adds Video Boost
Opera today updated its Opera Mini browser for Android devices and added video compression to improve playback and reduce data usage. Opera says the Video Boost tool should cut down buffering times and provide smoother performance on mobile devices when streaming video over cellular networks.
Opera to Sell Browser Business to Chinese Firms for $600M
Opera Software today scrapped plans to sell its entire business to a consortium of Chinese companies and will instead sell to them its consumer browser business. The original deal, valued at $1.2 billion, would have seen a handful of China-based investment firms take over all of Opera's businesses.
Opera Mobile and Opera Mini
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no WP7? j/k !!
i'm in no hurry to get WP7, i love my android!
on android, one look at homescreen i can see my upcoming appointments, news & weather, twitter updates, and last missed called! can WP7 do that with one look at screen? haha