Opera Mini listing on App Store to accelerate Skyfire's iPhone strategy
Apple iPhone 3GS Specifications | Review
1. JeffdaBeat (unregistered)
I feel like Opera was kind of a fluke...Opera is a somewhat well known web browser and to reject them would have most certainly brought a lot of bad press to Apple...even more so than a bunch of no-named developers (no insult of course, just nothing compared to Opera). Plus, Opera had a good reason to get their browser approved...Opera is a much better solution on AT&T's EDGE service than Safari (I finally tried it on EDGE and greatly impressed). But what will other browsers do that Safari can't? If that question isn't answered, I don't see how they will be approved for the App store. And I am not all that convinced that the approval of Opera Mini is a result of Apple loosening their criteria. But we shall see...