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Opera mini 4.2 browser launched for Android

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http://www.opera.com/press/releases/2008/11/25/

"Today, Opera Software released the final version of its much-anticipated Opera Mini 4.2 for mobile phones. Since the launch of the beta version of Opera Mini 4.2, speed trials have shown that this version gives more than 30% speed improvements for users in the US, due to the addition of a new Opera Mini server park in the United States.

This release also marks Opera Mini’s official availability on the latest version of the Android mobile platform. Opera Mini is now the first Web browser alternative on Android. A technical preview of Opera Mini was previously released for an earlier version of Android in April 2008. Users of Android-powered mobile phones, such as the T-Mobile G1, can now download a beta version of Opera Mini 4.2 and experience a faster and less costly way to browse the full Internet."

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Any good? How well does it run on android? I've always found text input etc. clunky on the WM JVMs...

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Any good? How well does it run on android? I've always found text input etc. clunky on the WM JVMs...

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Actually quite clunky compared to the built in browser - text input like you say being difficult for one thing. I always think it's unfair to review beta products but will post some thoughts next week....

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