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Opera browser downloaded more than 1 million times from Opera's website

Posted on Monday, September 20 2004 @ 19:14:34 CEST by

Opera Software today announced its one millionth download of Opera Mobile from its corporate Web site This number is in addition to the many more copies that are downloaded from partner and other download sites. Opera's revolutionizing Web browsing experience for mobile phones has quickly propelled it to become the absolute most popular 3rd party application on the Symbian OS. In two short years, the software company has delivered its mobile browser for various devices on various platforms with many millions licenses sold to handset manufacturers and operators. The rapid adoption of Opera's mobile technology has transformed the industry and placed Opera in the lead of full Web browsing.

Before Opera introduced SSR (Small-Screen Rendering), the technology that displays Web pages in a way that is entirely customized to best suit a handheld device's screen size and resolution, the telecom industry had lost hope in an open mobile Internet. SSR got the ball rolling again with users demonstrating enthusiasm for the ability to access normal Web pages reformatted to their screen size. Two years after the introduction of SSR, Opera is now in the lead in this market, bridging existing operator services with the full Internet.

"Users love getting access the full Web as a complement to accessing their operators' existing data services. In addition to the industry increasingly adopting Opera, one million people have on their own sought to download and install Opera from our Web site, that's real success for our vision," says Jon S. von Tetzchner, CEO, Opera Software. "After having conquered Europe and started making headway in Asia, the first Opera-capable phones are now appearing in the US market. There's still a long way to go, but we've had a great start"

In addition to having been pre-installed on a plethora of devices, Opera is also available for download and purchase on all Symbian Series 60 and UIQ handsets - of which the following are currently available in the retail channel: Nokia 6620, Nokia 3650, Nokia 3660, Nokia 6600, Nokia N-Gage, N-Gage QD, Nokia 7650, and Siemens SX1. Free downloads are available for the Sony Ericcson P800 and P900.


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Re: Opera browser downloaded more than 1 million times from Opera's website
by Anonymous on Friday, October 01 2004 @ 07:14:43 CEST
Good for the web...


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