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Let’s kick off 2015 by looking back at the top 10 articles on our blog last year.
- Opera at the Mobile World Congress 2014 – Every year, a bunch of people go to Barcelona. No, it’s not for tapas, Camp Nou or taking pictures of La Sagrada Família, but for Mobile World Congress.
- New Opera Mini for Java and BlackBerry – The news about Opera Mini for Java phones getting a facelift was much awaited and got a lot of positive attention.
- 2013: Year in review – We absolutely love year-in-review and highlight posts, and our own 2013 round-up made the podium.
- How we bring the internet into your living room – The possibilities of us enjoying YouTube, Hulu and Spotify through our TV devices created a lot of interest. At the CES 2014 conference, we shared our ideas about how Opera will bring the internet to TV.
- Opera Max gets an update – Our data-savings app, Opera Max created a lot of attention last year, and received a lot of love in return from the Android community. One of the first major updates in 2014 earned them a place on the most-read list.
- Opera 24 for Linux released on the Developer stream – In June, we announced that our first Chromium-based Linux version was ready for downloading. Linux users are a passionate breed, and feedback went through the roof.
- Opera wrap-up: Highlights from 2014 – It has been a crazy-fun year, and last year’s wrap-up article made it to the top-10 list.
- Get in line for the Opera Max beta – soon available in the U.S. and Europe – Here’s Opera Max again, with its second article on our top-10 list. And, we all know that Opera Max is available in even more countries.
- Opera News wrap-up: Nokia store to become Opera Mobile Store – From time to time, we do weekly wrap-ups, and they are quite popular. In this article from November, our announcement of the Nokia Store becoming the Opera Mobile Store created a lot of attention.
- How to import bookmarks from another browser – Change can be a scary thing, but this article makes swapping browsers less scary. Opera 26 for computers give you the chance to import all your bookmarks from almost any other browser.
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