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Tuesday, 15 April 2008 11:48

Opera Mini available for Android platforms

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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Available for testing

 

Opera Software announced a version of their Mini browser that will be available for Android mobile platform developer teams. Opera Mini browser should run on any phone powered by Android OS.

Opera Mini packs innovative functions that makes phone surfing from your phone a pleasant experience. It has features such as Small Screen Rendering, Google Search, Zoom, Synchronised bookmarks, etc.

The Opera Mini browser is available for testing as of yesterday at labs.opera.com. They're calling on developer teams, working on Android platforms, to test this new browser and share their feedback with the company.

More here.

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