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“Yay, instead of watching this awesome video uninterrupted on my mobile, I get to see a buffering wheel!” said no one ever. If you hate video lags and the dreaded buffering wheel, you’ll love that Opera Software has today expanded its one-of-a-kind video boost feature to the Opera Coast 4.1 web browser for iOS, which...

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On a trip to welcome 2015? Not entirely unplugged and intending to spend some time online? We have two apps for you that keep you connected while helping you save money on your phone bill. Opera Mini Opera Mini compresses the site of websites you visit by up to 90% – so you can browse online without...

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Because true internet ninjas browse at night Opera Mini is designed to be used comfortably during the day, even in sunny areas. However, when you’re browsing during the night, a bright screen can more easily tire your eyes. So, is there a solution for that? Actually, for iOS users, there is. There’s a special setting...

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We’ve been adding sharing features to our different Opera browsers these past few months.  Check out our list of the “How-to’s” for the new sharing features in Opera Mini for iOS version 9.1. How to open links in Opera Mini from other apps It is easy to set things up. Just enable the “Open in...

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Want to relax, kick back and enjoy some video on your phone? Here’s a quick list of video sites to visit. To avoid video lagging, stalling or buffering, you may want to try Opera Mini on your iPhone. Just toggle on Video Boost from the Data Savings menu and you’re good to go! Movie trailers...

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Imagine this. You’re on a bus or train. You know it takes 30 minutes to get to your stop, and you’re bored. So, you pull out your phone. You search YouTube for the top songs for 2001. You tap to watch Lifehouse’s “Hanging on a moment” video. Then, it appears. The buffering wheel. It spins...

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For almost a decade now, our compression technology has helped you get the content you want, even with limited data plans or a bad internet connection. Data compression involves us shrinking data before you receive it on your phone, meaning that content is served faster. Let’s take a look at the history of mobile compression...

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