Presented by Nokia as an “advanced, cloud-based internet platform”, Xpress is actually more than a browser. It compresses data by up to 85% – thus being perfect for those who don’t have unlimited data plans. Other useful features include: Data Usage Monitoring, a Save to SkyDrive option, one click language translation, and an “easy-to-use magazine layout” that lets you quickly read websites you like.
Nokia Xpress for Lumia is currently in Beta. If you want to try it, you can download it at this link (Nokia account required). New Lumias – including the 920 and 820 – will be obviously compatible with Xpress when they’re launched.
You can watch Nokia Xpress in action in the video below:
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