Opera Mini 5.1 for Android and Symbian Updated

Opera Mini for both Android and Symbian has received minor updates. While the Symbian update is mainly concerned with improving performance, the Android update delivers improved readability and usability. The detailed changelogs are as follows:

Opera Mini 5.1 Beta for Symbian Changelog

  • Faster start up time.
  • Even faster page loading.
  • Improved scrolling performance.
  • Integration with your your phone native input.
  • Improved performance, especially for older S60 devices.
  • Improved fonts.
  • Device integration for cut-and-paste, email client and more.
  • No more dialogue boxes asking permission to connect to the Web.

Opera Mini 5.1 for Android Changelog

  • Adjusted font sizes.
  • Font fixes for Chinese and Japanese, so speed on pages with these fonts should be greatly improved.
  • Improved stability.
  • Improved input for Sony Ericsson X10 Mini and X10 Mini Pro.
  • Chinese users can now download the application from the Android Market.
  • A bunch of bug fixes.

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Opera Mini, the most popular mobile browser in the world, offers full-fledged tabbed browsing, password management, bookmarks, speed dial, synchronization and more on almost any phone. Opera Mini routes all data through its servers where it is processed and compressed before being sent to the handset. This makes Opera Mini significantly faster than most other mobile browsers on slower networks. However, this also means that, unlike Opera Mobile, Opera Mini isn’t able to render rich web content that heavily utilizes AJAX and other modern technologies. Opera Mobile is designed for modern-day smartphones and delivers a truly PC like web browsing experience. It is already available for Symbian and should be released for Android within the next couple of days.

You can download the latest build of Opera Mini from the respective app repositories (Ovi Store for Symbian and Market for Android) or by simply browsing to m.opera.com on your mobile phone.

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