Opera Mobile 12.1 brings new features to an old friend
0. phoneArena posted on 09 Oct 2012, 17:55
Opera Mobile 12.1 is now available in the Google Play store, bringing things like added security and HTML5 goodies like Drag and Drop and the clipboard API; the new security standards keep you from visiting rogue sites...
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1. jmoita2 posted on 09 Oct 2012, 18:13 8 0
Gotta love Opera. The simplicity of it is what makes it so efficient. I keep trying different browsers, but always come back to Opera.
5. denied911 (banned) posted on 09 Oct 2012, 18:48 2 2
great browser but lack of flash support on jb is killing me
dolphin or firefox work that playa
7. nnaatthhaannx2 posted on 09 Oct 2012, 19:40 0 0
I really like the stock browser that Motorola included.
It has a few extra features over completly stock ICS, which makes it really nice. On my phone, it loads up faster than any other browser, and loads most webpages up pretty well.
I only have Firefox and Chrome installed otherwise. Firefox is great for tablets. The interface is top notch for tablets. The stock ICS browser that Samsung provided is terrible. I can't stand it and it crashes!
15. shayan posted on 12 Oct 2012, 00:36 1 0
I always loved opera.
It was simple, yet has the most featurs a browser could have.
but now, I have lots of problems with it. it doesnt have a good renderer, lots of sites has problems in opera.
so I moved on to chrome. and I like it. its faster, and uses less resouces. atleast in my devices.
sure I miss many things ( like tab staking, gestures, recent closes...) but I'm happy with chrome...
2. soldiernation posted on 09 Oct 2012, 18:17 2 1
I hope the page scrolling isn't laggy anymore.
6. denied911 (banned) posted on 09 Oct 2012, 18:50 1 2
i believe it's not gpu powered so it is 1 core of cpu vs resolution
and moto razr is smoother than sgs3
8. denied911 (banned) posted on 09 Oct 2012, 20:55 1 1
why the thumbs down?
i read that opera don't use gpu and because of that take less power than stock browser also I had razr and now use sgs3 with JB OTA
12. darac posted on 10 Oct 2012, 01:55 0 0
Opera mobile supports full hardware acceleration.
And just like almost every other browser, it works (when it works, that is) really fast and smooth on the S3.
The Exynos version is the most powerful web browsing phone on the market after the galaxy note 2.
13. denied911 (banned) posted on 10 Oct 2012, 05:16 0 0
some forums are not fluid and the verge is like nightmare, phonearena sometimes give opera error when data is compresed ...
9. Jyakotu posted on 09 Oct 2012, 22:18 1 0
I love Opera Mobile. Back on my old Samsung Intercept, I used Opera Mini for my browser of choice, since I couldn't really test out Chrome and the stock 2.2 Froyo browser was horrid on Sprint's network. Now that I have a GNex, I tested out Chrome, but I stuck with Opera. It's fast and does what I need it to do. The lack of flash doesn't bother me at all. I use Opera on desktop as well, so I'm more than happy to use it on my mobile device as well. I hope Opera makes a Metro app for Windows/WP 8.
10. plgladio posted on 09 Oct 2012, 23:24 1 0
A great browser in my Samsung Galaxy Spica, which was stuck in Android Eclair (2.1) stock browser is not that good, I don't want to root my device. I always relay on Opera, really a good one. I just installed and kept Opera in my iPad, I always pay a contribute to Opera :)
11. darac posted on 10 Oct 2012, 01:47 0 0
The previous versions were full of bugs - freezing upon loading, very slow shutting down, force closing on my old phone, and the browser screen just started to vanish even in my galaxy S3.
Will download this and give it a try just to see if they sorted out the issues finally but I doubt it.
Boat browser(perfect inverted view mode, simple, full supported, really fast and fluid)and opera mini combination serves me just fine
14. pikapowerize (banned) posted on 10 Oct 2012, 19:08 0 0
i really dont know why opera isnt as famous on desktop like they are on the mobile...