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Opera Mobile 10 and Mini 5 leave the beta stage

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Opera Mobile 10 and Mini 5 leave the beta stage
Opera Software is a global leader in mobile browsing technologies and its products have been adopted by more than 50mln. users worldwide. One of the major reasons behind the growing popularity of the software is it´s easily available for virtually all platforms. Moreover, all Opera browser editions are extremely snappy and utilize algorithms that significantly decrease the amount of generated internet traffic. 

Both applications spent quite a lot of time in beta stage, but the company has now announced that the development of Opera Mobile 10 and Opera Mini 5 has been completed and they are ready for the wide audience. Great news, right? Cool! Sadly, however... the final editions do not support all mobile platforms. Opera Mobile 10 is available for Windows Mobile and Symbian S60, while Opera Mini 5 will bring joy to owners of Java-based and BlackBerry cell phones. We remind you that Opera Mini 5 beta for Android rolled out last week (take a look at our hands-on with the application here), while a Java-free version of Opera for Windows Mobile had appeared earlier. The latter editions are not finalized yet, but we expect to see this happen soon.

The official versions of Opera Mobile 10 and Opera Mini 5 can be downloaded via this link.

source: Opera

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