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Opera Browser Beta For Android Hits Google Play Store

Authored by: Edwin Kee — Mar 5, 2013

When it comes to mobile web browsers on the Android platform, there are a few choices to pick from, and those who have tried the Opera browser would definitely have had quite a good impression of it. Well, the all new Opera browser beta is now available, where it was built based on WebKit, and those who are interested can have a go at Opera browser beta for free over at the Google Play store.

Google has described the Opera browser beta to be the “free must-have app for your phone”, where you are able to do a whole lot of things in a far more efficient manner, including searching for friends, discovering personalized news, the downloading of movies and music, as well as search, of course, which is the staple of many a web browser.

Touted to be the fastest browser for Android from Opera so far, it is claimed to load webpages almost instantly, all delivered to your smartphone or tablet in the right size and format. Off-Road Mode allows you to browse at high speed outside 3G coverage, too.

Well, assuming you do not own a device that is compatible with the Opera browser beta, there is always a plan B, so to speak, in the form of Opera Mini. Since the newly updated Opera browser beta is a free download, I do not see any reason to turn it down.

The love of writing and all things tech have proven to be the catalyst that has kept me going in this industry for the past decade. Here are to many more years ahead, at least until Android Vanilla Pudding is released!

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