Opera Launches Opera Mini 7 for Android
Browsing on an Android device isn’t exactly a killer experience if you’re using Android’s stock browser, but there are always other options, like Opera Mini 7 for Android. Mini 7 brings a lot of new goodies, including performance and usability enhancements. It also brings Opera’s ‘speed dial’ feature, available in the desktop version as well, and a feature that other mobile browsers fail to offer.
Opera Mini 7 also has advanced compression techniques that reduces the amount of data required to load a webpage by up to 90%. We thought this was a nice touch. So, if you’re ready to give Opera Mini 7 a shot for yourself, you can download it by clicking on the link below.
Has anyone installed Opera Mini 7 yet? What do you think? What’s your primary Android browser? Leave your thoughts in the comments!
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