Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Attack Safari, Opera Mini Invasion iPhone

 Success provides a browser for Java-based mobile devices to make it the most popular, Opera is now beginning to expand into a number of platforms that started up the leaves. Not only penetrated the Symbian and Windows Phone, they are also working on Android and the iPhone.

Opera Software is headquartered in Oslo, Norway, plans to announce Opera Mini for iPhone at an exclusive preview to the press and our partners at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2010 in Barcelona, 15-16 February 2010. Opera Mini that can be used on almost any mobile phone that supports Java standards was now available for Symbian and BlackBerry mobile phones.

Based on test results, Opera Mini for iPhone is claimed six times faster than the browser load, Safari, and can save up to 90 percent of data per MB. This is because Opera Mini's compression technology which is supported very effectively so that they can load web pages faster and reduce the cost of data usage. With an existing favorite features on the desktop, such as Tab, Speed Dial, and Password Manager, Opera Mini is designed to make browsing the web.

"This is a unique opportunity to introduce the speed of Opera Mini, a browser that is rich in features, to provide the best experience when using the web on the iPhone. It is also an opportunity to show off the latest beta version of Opera Mobile and Opera Mini on other platforms and devices. Mission Opera Mini is to bring the web to the world. With provide Opera Mini on other platforms, we were one step closer to achieving that goal, "said Jon von Tetzchner Opera Software as a founder of the release to the press on Wednesday (11/2/2010) .

In the MWC performances, Opera will also exhibit Opera Mobile beta 3 to 10 devices Symbian S60 and Windows Mobile, Opera Mobile for Android 10 beta, Opera Mini 5 beta for multiple devices and platforms, and Opera Widgets Manager cross platform beta for Windows Mobile device and S60.

Opera Mini for iPhone using a version of Opera Mini 5 Beta. For a while, the software is still not available to the public. I wonder, whether Opera Mini can lick Safari?