Opera Mini 5.1 Brings Optimized Browsing to Android
The very popular, highly-optimized browser that is Opera has finally shed its Android beta tag. Effective immediately, handsets running Android 1.5 or higher can take advantage of features such as tabbed browsing, password manager, bookmarks and Speed Dial. Opera Mini 5.1 can be found for free in the Android Market and looks fantastic on phones with larger screens like the EVO 4G or Droid X. However, that’s not to say it doesn’t work well on your Motorola Cliq XT. The rendering and web compression speed things along quite nicely, regardless of display size.
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