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Opera Mini 4.1 has been Released

Opera Mini 4.1Norway based Opera Software has launched its latest mobile web browser known as Opera Mini 4.1.

Opera Mini 4.1lets you have the full Web everywhere. This newest release includes several new features, including automatic completion of Web addresses, making it easier to get to the sites you need; tools for attaching files to Web-based email; uploading photos to your blog or other site; downloading attachments from email for storage on your phone; and saving and viewing pages offline.

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Opera Mini is the world’s most popular mobile browser. Since its worldwide launch in 2006, more than 44 million people have used Opera Mini. Not only does Opera Mini deliver the Web to your phone faster, it also displays the page just as it looks in your desktop browser. Opera Zoom function dives into the content for easy reading and interaction. Opera Mini now also includes Opera Link, a free service that synchronizes your bookmarks and Speed Dial between all your Web browsers.

Opera Mini receives your requested Web pages up to 50% faster. So you can now access sites like Facebook, BBC, and any of your other favorite Web sites even faster, with Desktop-like speeds.

The new Opera Mini 4.1 lets you search for text within a Web page so you can get to the information you need even quicker than before.

Instead of wasting time typing in full Web addresses more than once while browsing, Opera Mini 4.1 will recognize and suggest completions for you based on your Bookmarks and browsing history, making address input faster, easier and much more intuitive.

To download Opera Mini 4.1, visit www.operamini.com using your phone’s existing Web browser. Alternatively, you may download Opera Mini to your computer for a manual installation. To download, Visit www.operamini.com/download

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  • Searching for text sounds like it’s going to be quite helpful. I’ve been using Opera Mini on my Blackberry’s for a long time now, so I’ve been looking forward to this release.

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