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Opera Coast vs Opera Mini

Opera Coast and Opera Mini both bring unique features to the mobile web browsing space, but which one is right for you? Jon Rettinger from Technobuffalo shares his thoughts: Sean P. Aune, the Editor-in-Chief of TechnoBuffalo.com, writes: “Do you prefer a gorgeous look and some fun new functionality? Then Opera Coast is going to be...

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Free internet for Robi users with Opera Mini

In yet another effort to connect the unconnected, Opera has teamed up with Robi, Bangladesh’s second-largest telecom player, to offer free mobile data through the Opera Web Pass solution. Over the next two weeks, over 300,000 Bangladeshis will be able to take advantage of this free internet access. Even though Bangladesh is one of the...

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Share Opera Mini with friends

We’ve always been told that Opera users are different, that you’re a bit edgier, more technologically aware and appreciate that extra thought we put in our products. If you’re the sort to share your technological edge with your friends, they likely keep coming back to you for tech advice. And, you patiently help them with...

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Browsers vs apps NDTV Opera

Apps, apps, apps Studies have shown that the average time users spend on their mobile devices is increasing. Today there is an app for almost any activity that you can think of. Check out Learn Bhangra – yeah, there’s an app for this too. But won’t the phone overflow with apps if we download one...

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This week we passed a fantastic milestone in India! More than 50 million people are now using Opera Mini to go online with their phones in India. Opera Mini is now the third-largest mobile app used in India, after Facebook and Whatsapp. Celebrating 50 million, Bollywood-style We celebrated the 50-million-user landmark with a flash mob!...

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While people worldwide eagerly watched the unveiling of the much-awaited Nokia X2, Microsoft’s latest addition to the Nokia X line of smartphones, we at Opera Software were also watching from the sidelines. That’s because, starting from Nokia X2, Microsoft has made Opera the default browser on all Nokia X devices. Some of you may remember...

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