I have a Nokia E63, and believe me, the WebKit-based default Nokia browser just can’t cut it when I need to go online if I need to check out a couple of things. I’ve downloaded and installed quite a number of browsers, and I really had a hard time looking for one browser that’s good enough. Fortunately, we have Opera Mobile 10 beta, which was pretty light, fast, and really functional. Tabbed browsing on a phone? You got it.
So when I heard that Opera is finally releasing the final stable versions of Opera Mobile 10 and Opera Mini 5, I went to their site and downloaded it right away. How could I not download it? It’s one of those apps that I really love using.
Now here’s a few snippets off Opera’s press release:
Today, Opera Software released the final versions of Opera Mini 5 and Opera Mobile 10. Now, nearly any mobile phone can support an Opera-driven Web experience, complete with unmatched speed, style and cost savings. Simply go to m.opera.com/ to download it directly to your phone today.
Todayâ€™s release puts the finishing touches on the Opera mobile-browsing duo. The focus is on delivering the best Internet experience on nearly any mobile phone, along with a unified look and feel and innovative favorite features, such as Speed Dial, password manager and tabbed browsing.
â€œKeeping in mind the needs and wants of our 50+ million users, we have emphasized speed, desktop-like functionality and data savings in our mobile browsers. Today, we have made it even easier for everyone to surf, search and socialize on the Web,â€ said Lars Boilesen, CEO, Opera Software.
Download Opera Mobile 10 and Opera Mini 5 by going straight to m.opera.com on your phone.