Friday, March 18, 2016

Opera Mini browser beta updated with a stop button button in navigation bar and more.

Android does not lack browsers. There are aplenty in the store even if we all tend to use Chrome as the default on our Android device. Besides Chrome, you have the likes of Firewall and the diverse variant of Opera. Today, Opera Mini browser beta for Android has been updated and if you're the ones who like to test pre-release software, this verion of Opera has a bunch of new stuff for your consumption. Just check out the change log below and click the link at the end of this post to update or download Oper Mini browser beta for Android:

  • Stop button in the bottom navigation bar (classic mode only).
  • New extreme mode settings location. Now they are moved under the main settings menu.
  • Using Storge Access Framework to save to an SD card (lollippop and Marshmallow).
  • Updated news feed layout.
  • Various stability and usability improvements.
If you want to be the first to try out new features before public release, download Opera Mini browser beta in Google Play Store for free.

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