Opera Mini 6.5 and Opera Mobile 11.5 available in the Android Market

Opera logoOpera Software today rolled out, only for Android devices, updated versions of both its Opera Mini and Opera Mobile browsers which bring quite a few goodies including a dedicated page that shows how much data has been consumed (very handy when dealing with data caps) and how much has been saved.

"A lot of people don’t realize how much money they can save on data traffic, people naturally want an easy way to measure how much data they use," said Lars Boilesen, CEO, Opera Software. "Now, Opera Mini and Opera Mobile will show exactly how much data you save by using our cloud-assisted technology. Never before has it been this easy - or this sexy - to reduce your mobile data usage."

And speaking of saved data, Opera Mini 6.5 and Opera Mobile 11.5 include a tweaked Opera Turbo technology, and feature an upgraded Opera Presto rendering engine, improved network performance, HTML5 micro data, smaller JavaScript engine memory usage, and a few fixes.

Opera Mobile 11.5 also offers support for inline HTML5 video on Honeycomb tablets and enables cache storing on SD cards.

Both Opera Mini 6.5 and Opera Mobile 11.5 are available as free downloads in the Android Market.

Source: TCMagazine

Tags: Android, browsers, Opera, Opera Mini

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