Free up your phone storage with Opera Coast

Free up your phone storage with Opera Coast

A lot of us have many different apps installed on our phone that we rarely use. But, at what cost? They take up precious storage space and send countless notifications that interrupt your day. And, as if that wasn’t bad enough, many also demand constant updating. All this can slow down or even freeze your...

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Opera Mini tips: 4 ways to get faster downloads

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1 Check your internal storage Sometimes, we forget that our storage space may be full. Check if you have enough space on your phone for music and video downloads.   2. Choose your data-savings option: High or Extreme mode Opera Mini for Android  is a mobile browser that brings your favorite stuff from the web...

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Mobile payments trends and Opera’s Apps Club

Mobile payments and shopping are increasingly popular for the average mobile user.

App developers, brands, businesses, banks and advertisers are all trying to get your attention. On one hand, this means you’ll see more ads on your mobile phone and tablet. On the other hand, when it’s done right, mobile ads can also be highly relevant and personalized. Acting on these deals is bound to get better,...

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New year, new you?

Who will you be in 2016? Happy snapper Are you a budding photographer? There are several photo apps out there, with Instagram the biggest. But, remember that sharing your photos and interacting with your online friends via photo apps can use up a lot of mobile data. Our Android app Opera Max can save you...

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3 ways to set your default browser on Windows

Getting started with Opera is easy. We worked on making your transition from other browsers really smooth. You can automatically import your bookmarks and other settings and continue browsing where you left off. On all Windows versions, except Windows 10, Opera is automatically set as the default browser during installation. But, if you decide to...

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Need an alternative to Internet Explorer 8, 9 or 10?

Microsoft is no longer supporting Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10. This means that there will be no more bug fixes or security updates coming to these versions of Internet Explorer. There are a few browser options that would help make sure you’re secure online once the updates stop coming for the older versions of Internet...

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