Opera Software has enriched the mobile computing experience for a wide array of platforms and operating systems with the remarkable Opera web browser. The company moves one step ahead with its beta version of Opera Mini 5.1 optimized for Nokia’s Symbian S60 smartphones.
The native version has delighted many individuals with speed dial for users’ most liked websites, tabbed browsing and an improved user interface. Nokia smartphone owners may sound pleased since the beta release flaunts essential improvements. Offering quick start-up speed, the software provides users with augmented page-load and scrolling performance.
“It is Opera’s objective to provide its users with the best possible web-surfing experience on any device. Porting Opera Mini to the Symbian operating system provides the largest user base in the smartphone world with the best mobile browsing experience,” commented Christen Krogh, Chief Development Officer, Opera Software.
Besides providing better fonts, the beta version offers device integration for effortless copy and paste and e-mail client. Users can choose default access point without any interruption. This new update promises to put forth an advanced browsing experience while also lowering data traffic charges and fees. Presently, the beta version is available in English however it is anticipated to be released in other languages soon.
The software can be downloaded for free on more than 3000 different mobile phone models from the official website.