Tag archive for: #Opera50m

Celebrating #Opera50m with #share2celebrate contest

Happiness is meant to be shared. So, we’d like to kick off this year by doing just that, with all of you, with our #Share2Celebrate contest. 🙂 What are we celebrating? #Opera50m, of course! For those of you unfamiliar with that hashtag reference, here’s what the fuss is all about: We recently crossed 50 million...

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Opera India team

This was certainly the most exciting year for all of us at Opera’s India office. More than 50% of our users have migrated to smartphones — mostly Android. Over 350 Indian-brand handsets were launched with Opera Mini preinstalled, Opera Web Pass is now available with three mobile operators, and almost all our browsers for computers...

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Opera Meetup

Getting user feedback is very important to us at Opera. That’s why we love hosting meetups, where our top executives, including our CEO, and product managers are always available to interact with Opera fans. Here are the top 3 reasons our recent Opera Meetup was an awesome event for us and everyone who attended. 1....

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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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The Opera Mini web browser is the third most popular app used by Indian mobile users, after Facebook and WhatsApp. And, we just reached 50 million Opera Mini users in the country. This certainly calls for a celebration, so we decided to bring our CEO down to India and mark this occasion India-style, with music...

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