Opera Mini, the small, fast, and freeware mobile browser with amazing features, is one of the world’s major web browsers. The developer has now released the Opera Mini 50.0.2254.149182 update, which comes with a significant upgrade to the Android version of the browser. The update has completely redesigned the user interface to allow for more personal and intuitive engagements with the favorite features.
Opera Mini is one of the most popular browsers in the world, with more than 100 million monthly Android users who prefer it over pre-installed web browsers on their mobile devices. The new Opera Mini update is now available to download from the Google Play Store.
Lately, Opera Mini has tried to reduce the connectivity gap across Africa. The browser is incredibly popular on the continent, where it has challenged the present situation of expensive mobile data with its amazing data comprehension abilities.
Reducing the Connectivity Gap Across Africa
This year, Opera has started to collaborate with some major internet service providers in countries like Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana, Uganda, and Zambia in order to offer free browsing topped at 50 MB per day to millions of Opera Mini and Opera News users.
“We are working with MTN, Airtel, AirtelTigo, and Safaricom in selected markets as they are the major internet service providers locally,” said Jørgen Arnesen, EVP of Mobile Browsers at Opera. “We are making online content and news more accessible for everyone and reduce the digital divide, especially now when online information is vital.”
Opera Mini 50.0.2254.149182 Update
The latest rollout for the browser, Opera Mini 50.0.2254.149182 update, has introduced a completely redesigned user interface, as we mentioned above, but which comes with some new additions. The features accompanying the revamping include a Status Bar with breaking news, upcoming updates, and a data savings widget.
Moreover, it introduces new modes and themes, a new navigation bar with customizable feature shortcuts, Speed Dial suggestions and auto-completion in the search bar, and many other improvements.
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