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Did you know that there are now 3 billion people online? And, that 31% of all internet traffic worldwide is being viewed on a phone? Browsing the web on a mobile phone Mobile phones play an important role in helping “connect the unconnected” worldwide. In India, the second most populated country in the world, 200 million...

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First off, here’s a greeting from the Opera mobile team: Happy 2015! We’re giving you a treat with our first update of the year. Opera for Android has advanced to version 27, with a flatter UI and cleaner look. We’ve also improved the download manager. If you download a lot of files to your Android...

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Most of us would like to stay connected, even when we’re on the go. When we’re in our hometowns, we can rely on mobile networks. But, when traveling, roaming costs and other factors make us more dependent on Wi-Fi hotspots. We’re used to finding them in airports, restaurants or shopping malls. But, did you know...

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We had a New Year’s resolution to work smart and hard to deliver a better Opera for computers to our millions of users. It is already the end of January, and we are sticking to this commitment. Navigation bar Since the very moment we introduced visual bookmarks, we wanted to improve the navigation between Speed...

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If you’re a TIM user in Brazil, then you’re in for a treat! We’ve partnered with mobile operator TIM and with Brazil’s shopping service Buscapé to give you free internet for a day. Get free internet in 3 steps: Open the Opera Mini browser. Click the Opera Web Pass Speed Dial entry. Select the Buscapé-sponsored...

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Opera Max, the free and easy-to-use data-savings app that compresses data across almost every app on an Android phone, continues to sweep across the globe and is now available in an additional 21 countries. This is one of Opera’s biggest releases for Opera Max and provides access within a few more countries in Southeast Asia...

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Meet Nokia 215, Microsoft’s most affordable phone. It may be just a 2G phone, but it’s built for the internet. It comes preinstalled with Opera Mini (yes!). Cheap phone, fast browser — good combo. Opera Mini internet browser The Nokia 215 only supports 2G networks, but this is precisely where Opera Mini comes into play...

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