Opera Mini 5.1 for Android drops beta tag
Opera Mini 5.1 was released for Java phones less than a week ago and today it’s released for Android too! Opera Mini finally drops beta tag with the new version, 5.1 for Android. The beta testing program had been running since march. Some of the best reasons why you would like to use Opera Mini may be its unique multi-tab browsing interface, an easy to use user interface, a visual speed dial same as of its desktop version (Opera) and on top of all a download manager, password manager, Opera link just makes it the most amazing mobile browser ever made. And, Opera Mini’s the fastest mobile browser available to date.
Opera Mini 5.1 for Android just do not sheds the beta tag but brings some new features too like now you can set it as a default browser on your Android Device. One of the feature of Opera Mini which makes browsing experience excellent is the Kinetic scrolling, you will get a improved kinetic scrolling with the new version of Opera Mini.
If you have got an Android Smartphone with high-resolution screen like Nexus One or Samsung Galaxy S then you can enjoy improved page layout on your phone with Opera Mini 5.1. Now, the fullscreen option of the browser really gives you a fullscreen with no more extra menu options below.
Along with the support for 96 languages, the new version brings a completely new feature which can automatically save browsing sessions i.e., if your browser gets crashed or killed while in background, your session will be restored if you open the browser within 60 minutes of crash.
Opera Mini is completely free to use, you can download directly from the Android market or visit m.opera.com from your Android device.