Opera has released the trail version of its new Opera Next 15 for Windows and Mac, which will offer a preview into the company's next generation browser for computers.
The Norway based developer has now moved its Presto based browser onto the Chromium platform as part of its new strategy to appeal to most users around the world. The new browser comes with a host of interacting and improved feature and seamless sync with the browser's Android version. The home page of the browser comes with three tabs, Speed Dial, Stash and Discover.
Norway-based browser maker Opera Software has recently released the Opera 12.10 beta version, which has - as per the company's claims - been designed for giving the Opera browser a notably improved look on all high-resolution displays, including the Retina Displays of the Mac.
According to Opera Software, the 12.10 beta version - which was dubbed version 12.50 in previous test stages - boasts the addition of Google's SPDY and the Web Socket standard and other supporting technologies, with the key objective of ensuring speedier Web communications.
Opera's popular `Opera Mini 6.5 browser' is now available for the users of the BlackBerry devices through the BlackBerry App World.
Opera claims that the browser is the most used mobile browser in the world and more than 160 million active users from around the world. The browser maintains the design and the layout of the web page as it would appear on a dekptop.
Nokia and Opera Software have supported Adobe in its battle with Apple over Flash multimedia support. Opera's co-founder Jon von Tetzchner has informed that it has been the only proprietary part of the web that his company is supporting.
Flash-based video and games are found on many internet sites. The executives from Nokia have also supported Adobe over the same issue. Nokia is the world's largest maker of mobile phones and Opera Software is the maker of a leading mobile browser. Both of them said that they are going to support the new and upcoming Flash 10.1 software.
In an effort to lure the Indian users, a customized version of the browser has been released by the Opera browser and Vodafone.
The mini browser is designed to run on low-end, low cost phones. It is in further addition to the idea that bridges the gap of using cheap handsets and low tariffs with technology and at the same time introduce the concept of fast mobile internet service for the users.
Opera has all the reasons to celebrate at the moment as it got a real benefit from the recent move by Microsoft, who has recently offered its users a choice of browsers, by cashing upon the maximum number of downloads in the past few days.
It came from the EU region where Microsoft proffered its patrons an option of the 'web browser' choice screen' in March following the recent settlement of anti-trust issue.
Opera Mini, the popular browsing software for Android has been upgraded to the next version of Opera Mini 5.
The version, which has already hit the stores, is in its beta phase. As the trade analysts say, Opera Mini 5 beta isn't a new thing in the market. It has already been featured for all the Java-based phones and it has come out in latest for the Windows phones.
It comes with a load of features including a speed dial, which allows one to access to 9 of your most visited sites by just one touch. Adding further to the kitty is the Password manager and bookmarks.
The Windows incarnation of Opera's latest and greatest desktop browser was officially rolled out by Opera; just day after Microsoft unveiled its Windows browser ballot screen to EU citizens.
The developer Ruari Ødegaard informed that with an eye on Redmond's ballot screen roll-out, the Norwegian browser maker took Opera 10.50 for Windows from pre-Alpha to final version in about 10 weeks - with a Christmas holiday in between.
According to a recently released Mobile web report by web browser company, Opera, Search Engine Google has been ranked as the topmost company in the mobile search domain. Most of the Mobile users across the globe use Google for online search and gaming, thereby ensuring its leading place in the mobile search traffic. However, its rivals Yandex and Baidu claimed their top place in the mobile search in Russia and China.