Beta Test This! Opera Mini 5
Ok, so maybe you like the stock Android browser but aren’t necessarily in love with it. Good thing for you the platform is flexible and you’re not stuck with just one option! Hot on the heels of January’s 4.2, Opera has just released their Mini 5 beta browser into the Android Market.
Opera’s Mini is a feature-rich browser that does a lot of the heavy lifting on the server side. Data is compressed by Opera before it even hits your phone so pages load considerably faster. While Mini works fine on phones with less horsepower or smaller screens, it really shines on handsets like the Nexus One. Tabs and the new Speed Dial feature play well with the bright 3.7-inch AMOLED screen.
Scan the barcode to the right with your Android handset to download Opera Mini 5 today!
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