Whether you expected it or not, today Apple has approved Opera Mini for iPhone and iPod – 20 days after the browser has been submitted to the App Store.
Opera suggests that Opera Mini is quite faster than the iPhone’s native Safari browser, even on 2G networks. Moreover, the company says that browsing the Web with Opera Mini “will help users save money because of its data compression capabilities.”
As you probably already know, Opera Mini has some nice features, like tabbed browsing, speed dial, password manager, and bookmarks.
A video preview of Opera Mini for iPhone can be watched below:
Opera Mini is available now in App Store for free – get it here.
Via Press release
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