Good news for millions of Opera Mini users. Gsenarcl from Opera Mini blog announced that they have upgraded servers to 4.10.404. The best part of this: you don’t have to modify anything in order to enjoy improvements.
Fixes for font sizes on some sites
Optimization of bitmap fonts on low-memory phones
Some download fixes
Fixes for lots of “clicking just reloads” problems
Improved the layout of feeds in mobile view
There are many great new features in this baby, for instance: Opera Turbo which needs no introduction, long promised Widgets, tweaked user interface, Dragonfly (yep), full AJAX support and so much more.
For a complete list, feel free to check “Opera Mobile 9.7 beta” page.
To make the story short: Before downloading Google Chrome, as usual, I have opened web browser and started to type “Google Chrome” in the address bar, predicting that it will lead me to the Google search results.
To my surprise, once I have typed that into Firefox 3 address bar and hit enter, it has opened Chrome home page instead.
Same with other web browser names: Internet Explorer, Safari and Opera queries lead to their home pages as well.
Kind of nice gesture from Mozilla, I guess.
With the launch of Opera 10 Beta, EspenAO from Choose Opera blog notified users about a new contest which is supposed to promote Turbo.
Basically, they ask you to submit pictures, videos, music, web sites or anything else Opera Turbo related.
As it says: Tell us how you reacted first time you tried compressed browsing. Create any kind of content, send us a link to your tweet or blog about it and we will share your experience with the community!
Some examples: Continue Reading
6 months after the 1st Alpha and yesterdays leak, Opera Software has officially launched the very first Opera 10 Beta release.
Besides already reported features, such as: new skin, visual tabs, opera turbo, crashlogging tool, speed dial configuration and resizable search field, Opera 10 Beta also brings faster browsing experience (40% performance increase), “Web integration” and more.
With Opera 10 Beta release tomorrow, we have something special for you, from Daniel Hendrycks. Enjoy! Continue Reading
Opera is the world’s number one mobile browser, overtaking iPhone in May according to data from StatCounter Global Stats. In May Opera took 24.6% of the worldwide market compared to 22.3% for iPhone. Nokia retains third place with 17.9%. However, if one includes iPod Touch then Apple browsers still lead with iPod Touch alone taking 14.9% of the market in May.
Thanks to Daniel for sending this.