The popular data-friendly Opera Mini Android browser, which has been installed by 130 million consumers, aims to hit 275 million users by 2017. With the aim to attract more customers, the browser has now been updated with a new version. It now has an upgraded interface that works on bigger smartphones and tablets. Unlike the previous version which seemed more like a Java app, the updated version gives its users a native UI and feel.
With new features and improved service the lightweight browser is expected to catch the attention of more tech buffs. With a new user interface, the browser would help users to get around the software more easily. It now has an “overhauled” Speed Dial feature which allows its users to manage bookmarks. It also comes with more customization options to make it easier to use on different devices.
It has combined omnibar which would give suggestions while typing a URL and a new data counter which will show the daily progress on saving to the users. Other features include a simplified menu and a private-browsing mode.