Opera Mini for Google Android is out

Posted on Thursday, Apr 10 2008 @ 13:30 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Opera has released a technical preview of Opera Mini for Google's Android preview, you can find this browser over here.
"Today we're glad to deliver our mass-market mobile browser to the Android development groups," says Jon von Tetzchner, CEO, Opera Software. "Opera Mini will be able to empower users of Android-based handsets with access to all of their favorite Web sites with popular features for smooth effects and scalable, tailored viewing."

Opera Mini, boasting more than 40 million users worldwide across mobile platforms, enables Web browsing from low-to-high resource handsets by compressing data at a remote server before sending content to the phone applet for rendering. With a simple, user-friendly interface, Opera Mini powers innovative features for real, desktop-like Web browsing from a mobile phone, including Small Screen Rendering, Zoom, synced bookmarks and integrated Google search. With Opera Mini optimized for Android, open handset developers can include a tried and tested, full Internet experience.


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