So, with much fanfare and excitement, the Olympics officially kicked off on Friday. If you don’t want to miss out on key events because of your busy work/study/life schedule, save a page with the events timeline for offline reading with Opera Mini. Here’s how.
Visit a popular sports website
Most sports websites have a comprehensive day-to-day events report so you don’t miss on even a single moment of exhilarating action.
Tap the + sign next to the address bar and choose ‘Save for offline’
The + icon next to the address bar on the top will lead you to the ‘Save for offline’ option. Just tap on it to save the page to read your Olympics schedule offline. Now you won’t miss out on that epic boxing event – Opera Mini has you covered.
Find the page in ‘Saved pages’ on your Opera Mini homescreen
Find your favorite events saved in ‘Saved pages’ to read any time, even without an internet connection. Save page for offline viewing to make those dreaded metro journeys with limited internet, fun again!
Here are some of the events this week you can’t afford to miss
On your mark, get set, go!
Cycler Emma Pooley returns from retirement. This time, the English sportswoman is looking for a gold medal to out-do her silver medal-winning Beijing performance.
The men’s rugby seven competition, where you just might see Fiji win its first medal. Watch out for the underdogs!
Andy and Jamie Murray will be in full action in tennis men’s doubles on Day 7.
A super Saturday as India’s women’s hockey team competes with Argentina.
All eyes will be on Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt, who will eye his third straight 100m title.
Extra tip! Streaming online? Save up to 60% mobile data with Opera Max
If you are not on Wi-Fi but want to watch that exciting air rifle event in one of your apps, watch it with Opera Max and save tons of mobile data. It’s a pocket-friendly way to make the best of this year’s Olympics.
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