Opera Mobile and Opera Mini updated with data counters to clamp down on those overages
Apart from Android, the popular mobile browsers Opera Mini and Opera Mobile have now been updated to the 6.5 and 11.5 versions, respectively, now for BlackBerry, iOS and Symbian users. The biggest addition in the changelog is a data counter, which allows you to follow how much bits and bytes you've amassed during the browsing sessions.
The browsers also inform you how much data they are saving you via the server-side caching of pages Opera has been doing way before Amazon Kindle Fire dropped with the Silk browser.
Data counting is done via a separate page in the help menu, and not by an actual counter tucked somehwere by the address bar. Right there, however, we have a star now, which allows you to quickly bookmark a site to the Speed Dial home page, saving a few steps compared to the previous Opera versions for mobile.