Monthly archive for: April 2014

If you’re a developer, then you might be familiar with Dev.Opera – our site featuring the latest in cutting-edge web standards and techniques. We’ve recently given it a complete makeover. It now sports a new look, and also has a lot of significant changes under the hood. The site is now a built using Jekyll, and...

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Check out this video, where Opera for Android was featured as ‘App of the week’, on the Mobiles & Gadgets show from Zee Business. The video highlights Opera for Android‘s top features including the Discover service, Off-Road mode and the WebRTC-enabled video chat feature. The journalist is specially impressed with the Off-Road mode, which helps save on data costs. Have you...

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A big shout out for all iPhone users in India. You can now download the beautiful Opera Coast web browser and start surfing in style. In Opera Coast the buttons disappear and the interface is controlled by swipes. It has a minimalist and uncluttered user interface with a full canvas, large icons and attractive animations....

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At a time when the number of smartphones being used in the country is increasing, there is still a majority of Indians who use basic phones, usually based on the Java platform. A breakdown of the mobile OSs of Opera Mini users in India shows that 58% of them use Java-based mobile phones. We took a closer...

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Humans have long been in a privileged position on the internet. Billions and billions of people coast the web in search of funny cats and cute kittens all day, when they should be working. It’s time to turn the tables on internet cat content. Enter the Cats by Opera project. The first web browser tail-or...

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