Opera rules the mobile browser market and has announced the launch of it’s latest version – 4.1. The new version delivers couple of damn neat features:
- Auto-fill: when typing Web addresses, Opera Mini 4.1 will recognize and suggest completions for you based on your Bookmarks and browsing history, making address input faster, easier and much more intuitive.
- Download and upload files– On phones with JSR-75, you can now upload and download files using Opera Mini 4.1, without being re-routed to your phone’s native browser. Update your blog while on the go. Upload photos to your Web site or social network. Add attachments easily to Web-based email, and download other non media-rich content to your phone using Opera Mini 4.1.
- Save it for later– On phones with JSR-75, Opera Mini 4.1 lets you save pages for offline viewing so you can quickly access and read your desired Web content, even when you’re on a plane, in the subway, or in other places where you can’t get network reception.
Quite lately, I have been using Opera instead of FF and am just waiting for Opera to launch DragonFly, the FireBug alternative.
What has been your experience with Opera Mini, and the desktop browser in general?