iPhone gets Opera web browser
April 13th, 2010 by Dipak Sarda

iPhone Opera

Apple has got the distinction of not approving any applications which deal with the core functions of the iPhone. However, it was a different story with Opera’s iPhone specific web browser and it turned out to be a pleasant surprise for the users. The competition to Apple’s own Safari web browser is now available on the iPhone app store.

Given its data compression feature to compress content before delivery to handsets, downloads can be faster in comparision to other browsers and thus there can be savings on data usage bills. Opera has hence got a huge number of loyal mobile phone users.

Opera is clearly delighted over this development as it gears up to offer unmatched web browsing experience with the Opera Mini browser.

This development becomes all the more interesting as other software developers like Microsoft, Google and Mozilla may not be far behind from developing such apps and applying for approvals.

With more than 50 million users on various platforms across the globe, Opera Mini has clearly made a mark, thanks to its speed and ease in tab navigation. Synchronisation of bookmarks between the mobile and desktop browsers is all the more useful. Let’s wait and watch how the Opera Mini browser fares in the iPhone world.

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