Around nine months ago, Opera announced that it was going to bringing its Mini browser to the Windows Phone platform. The browser has been available for iOS and Android users, and now it is finally exiting its beta stage for Windows users, as well.
Around nine months ago, Norwegian company Opera had announced its very first beta of the Opera Mini browser for Windows Phone users. And now, after such a long wait, it seems that the app is now available in its final version. You can go ahead and download it now for free on your Windows Phone device.
If you already have the prior version to this, then you need to know that besides stripping beta from its name, it doesn’t bring any other nwe features. Of course, traditional bug fixes and other improvements have been rolled out. Here’s how the official video that Opera released on YouTube with this occasion looks like:
What makes Opera Mini so special is that it saves your data plan by compressing the amount of data passed from websites. Of course, this is just its trademark feature, but it comes with other features present on what you’d call a traditional browser – bookmarks, tabs, search bar and more. If this is your first time using Opera Mini on a mobile, let us know below how it felt using it on Windows Phone.