Opera Beta

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A really intuitive way to search on Android


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Opera Browser is an Internet browser that uses Opera servers to compress websites to load them faster. This not only saves you a lot of time, but also money with respect to your data plan(if you're browsing with 3G)

The browser interface looks amazing on any Android terminal, giving it an elegant and, above all, functional look. You can also easily use the zoom function 'pinching the screen', along with many more touch shortcuts to make the browsing experience much more comfortable than with other browsers.

Thanks to the Opera Link service, you can synchronize your favourites, shortcuts and general options from your desktop PC to your mobile terminal, this is very useful for those of us that are always on the go.

The app comes with automatic support for social networks like Twitter and Facebook, so using them is much quicker and easier. You can also download any file easily and store it in the terminal's memory to be accessed at a later date from your desktop.

Opera Browser is an excellent alternative to browse on an Android terminal. It has everything necessary to make surfing the web a pleasure without having to deal with any of the complications that go hand in hand with mobile internet use.
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