People who had the first smartphones with Internet access, have certainly downloaded Opera Mobile ever since they heard that it was the fastest browser for mobile phones. In both Android and iPhone, and even in the old(and now buried) Symbian, Opera has always been an excellent choice. browser.
Opera for iPad and larger screen
When the screen is larger as in the case of the iPad, the same application that worked on the devices with tiny screens needed, no doubt be redone. This optimization, aimed at the use of larger screens, has shown that Opera is not playing in service. Features such as synchronization of Opera favorites between different platforms, and the reduction of data consumption when accessing websites, are differentials of Opera that were kept in the version for iPad.
And Opera on Android?
On Android, I do not feel the need for another browser besides the official one, Chrome for Android.On Symbian, I used and found Opera excellent, much better than the default browser on the device. The great advantage was that it was lighter and had several usability improvements. It made my navigation life very easy in the early days of 3G, when it could still be slower than today(yes, that’s possible). Another competitor very close to Opera is Firefox, which is also available for various platforms. They are 3 major competitors, closely followed today by Microsoft’s excellent Edge. How is this dispute going to go from now on?
Do you use Opera Mobile on your smartphone? What do you like best about it? What appeals to me at Opera has always been the speed and efficiency of using RAM, whatever the device it is running on. It is very light and practical!