Opera launches updated versions of its two mobile browsers for Android

Opera launches updated versions of its two mobile browsers for Android
Opera has upgraded both of its mobile browsers for Android flavored devices. Opera Mini 6.1 and Opera Mobile 11.1 are both available now on the Android Market. Both have had support for Google voice search added along with Google AutoComplete and Intelligent domain suggest.  Not only will these new features help speed things up when it comes to entering a URL, they will also give you alternative sites to check out.

Opera Mobile 11.1 also has some additional features including what the company calls "experimental support" for Adobe Flash on tablets running Android 3.x Honeycomb. Also improved is support for HTML5 and the rendering engine has been upgraded to Opera Presto 2.8.149. A complete changelog is available from the sourcelink.

In case you are wondering about the difference between the two Opera browsers, Opera Mini is for slower phones and uses a remote server to download your site which is then (up to 90%) compressed and sent to your phone, saving you time-and if you pay for data-money. Opera Mobile is for faster devices and renders the web page directly from your phone. Both are available for free from the Android Market for devices running Android 1.6 or higher.

source: Opera

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