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.
Today’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.
“Keeping 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,” said Lars Boilesen, CEO, Opera Software.
Download Opera Mobile 10 and Opera Mini 5 by going straight to m.opera.com on your phone.