Finally Opera Browser for Android is out of beta

Finally, Opera Browser is out of beta; Now available on Android

Opera’s new WebKit based browser for Android is now out of beta and available to download for free. Opera for Android supports device running on Android 2.3 or higher. It was launched in beta back in March.

Finally, Opera Browser is out of beta; Now available on Android

Opera comes with Speed Dial menu that is also the part of Opera Mini for years. Opera has also added “off-road” mode that compresses data before sending it to the phone. Thus it makes browsing faster and efficient.

“Most people just see a fraction of what the web has to offer,” Rikard Gillemyr, EVP of Consumer Products at Opera Software, said in a blogpost. “We check out the same sites every day, and you can get through with the latest news after just a short bus ride. We wanted to give people a relaxed way of discovering interesting articles and checking them out without any extra effort.”

Now, Opera also allows users to view current tab in full screen. When you zoom the page, it wraps the text to avoid horizontal scrolling. OPera has also added a feature called ‘Discover’ that allow displays news from around the web.

It also has all features found in desktop version including private tabs and browsing modes.

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