Monthly archive for: July 2014

Today, Opera Coast for iPhone and iPad has been updated to version 3.11. We’ve fixed a bug that caused a few problems when sharing sites through email in Chinese, Japanese and Korean. Other improvements for version 3.11 include the following: – Improved stability and lower memory usage – Fixed several bugs and improved icons on...

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Here at Opera, we’ve been listening  to your feedback about our latest beta Opera Max for Android. Opera Max is an easy-to-use data-savings app that can double your data plan for free. Grab your copy in the Google Play store and start saving data. The beta is live in 46 countries. Join others who are...

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I’ve been playing around with the new Opera Mini browser for iPhone and iPad lately. It’s fun. Some features make it stand out in the crowd. Here are my favorite Opera Mini tips and tricks that you might find helpful.  Enjoy! 1) Highlight and search – a search is only a tap away. All you...

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Opera Coast for iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches moves to version 3.10 today. AirDrop support In this version, we’ve added AirDrop functionality. You can try it out in our list of sharing options located in your recent sites. If you need to send an interesting find quickly to a nearby friend, simply tap the arrow...

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We’ve updated Opera Mini for iOS to version 8.0.1, which includes stabilization improvements and a few bug fixes. The most visible change should be good news for those of you using Opera Mini on iPhone and iPod Touch: single column view is back. Single column view transforms webpages to fit the screen width. This way,...

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Are you using a BlackBerry, Nokia, Samsung, or other basic phone with Java? Today, we’re rolling an updated Opera Mini browser for Java phones. This update is not automatic. So, current users please head over to m.opera.com to get the latest version. Some of the new stuff in this update: – It’s now faster to...

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