Opera Mini 5 Now Available in 32 Languages
By on May 7th, 2010

Opera-Mini Opera Software has released a minor update to Opera Mini 5 for Java and Blackberry. This silent update adds support for 32 languages including Indian languages like Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Kashmiri, Marathi, Oriya and Telugu. The full list is available here.

Opera Mini 5 is the most popular mobile web browser in the world with more than 55 million users. It brings full tabbed browsing, visual speed dials, password manager, profile synchronization and a capable RSS feed reader to budget phones.

Some of the notable bug fixes included in this update are:

  • RSS feed links should now appear at the top of pages again.
  • RTL (Right To Left) languages should now display properly on phones with supported fonts.
  • Problems with daylight savings time have been fixed.
  • Some problems with keypad text input have been fixed.

The newest build can be downloaded from m.opera.com or opera.com/mobile/download/

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