For many iPad users this is welcome news. Opera is planning to introduce a iPad specific version of its popular Opera Mini browser at the Mobile World Congress next week. Opera Mini has been available for iOS devices for awhile now, but this will be Opera’s first step into the tablet world. Expect Opera to use every inch of the iPads larger screen size.
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Opera has announced that its new Opera Mini 5.1 web browser is now available for Windows Mobile. The web browser is designed to support smartphones with higher resolution screens and accelerometers. With 5.1, the user can set the browser to be the default on WinMo devices.
Opera has announced that the first beta for Opera Mobile 10.1 is ready for testing and feedback. The new beta is for Symbian S60 devices and has new features to make the browser more usable for S60 fans. Among the new features are better speed and geolocation capability.