Whether it’s more important that your browser get you where you’re going as fast as possible or using as little data as possible, Opera has you covered.
Most people have used a version of the Opera browser without even realizing it. The company has been responsible for embedded, white-label browsers in hundreds of devices, and Opera has had that business sewn up for years because they are so good at building products that run on next to nothing when compared to the powerhouse smartphones and tablets so many of us rely on nowadays. With that in mind, there’s a reasonable chance a company that can squeeze every drop of performance from a Nintendo DSi could make an amazing browser for the average Android device.
In point of fact, they make two. Opera and Opera Mini look and work similarly, but the underlying software targets two very different types of users.
Let’s take a look.