Opera adds Android to its Mini 5 beta lineup.
(Credit: Opera Software)

Now good news for Android smartphone users that Opera Mini 5 will soon able to supported by Android. Opera Mini 5 beta will integrate with all the latest features and funtionality in Andorid Smartphone’s.

Opera Software pushed out the Android version of its Mini 5 browser that improves the browser experience for Java phones by leaps and bounds. Opera Mini 5 beta and the nearly identical Opera Mobile 10 beta (for Symbian and Windows phones) have been making the mobile rounds since September. We're fans of the latest advances to come to the free browser, and we're looking forward to Opera making those changes final and retiring Opera Mini 4.2 (and Opera Mobile 9.6, while they're at it.) We just wish that Opera had submitted Mini 5 beta to the Android Market sooner. The beta build is equipped with an updated interface that includes a new, "speed dial" start screen featuring thumbnails of most-visited sites. The browser also supports tabs, a first for Mini but old hat on Opera Mobile.

To download Opera Mini 5 beta for Android smartphones, check the Android Market from your smartphone or point to mobile browser to www.opera.com/mini/next/.

Opera Mini 5 for Android Smartphones

Opera adds Android to its Mini 5 beta lineup.
(Credit: Opera Software)

Now good news for Android smartphone users that Opera Mini 5 will soon able to supported by Android. Opera Mini 5 beta will integrate with all the latest features and funtionality in Andorid Smartphone’s.

Opera Software pushed out the Android version of its Mini 5 browser that improves the browser experience for Java phones by leaps and bounds. Opera Mini 5 beta and the nearly identical Opera Mobile 10 beta (for Symbian and Windows phones) have been making the mobile rounds since September. We're fans of the latest advances to come to the free browser, and we're looking forward to Opera making those changes final and retiring Opera Mini 4.2 (and Opera Mobile 9.6, while they're at it.) We just wish that Opera had submitted Mini 5 beta to the Android Market sooner. The beta build is equipped with an updated interface that includes a new, "speed dial" start screen featuring thumbnails of most-visited sites. The browser also supports tabs, a first for Mini but old hat on Opera Mobile.

To download Opera Mini 5 beta for Android smartphones, check the Android Market from your smartphone or point to mobile browser to www.opera.com/mini/next/.

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