Opera 11.62 and Opera Mini 7 for Android Are Out
Article by George Norman
On 28 Mar 2012
Desktop users can now enjoy the enhanced security, stability and performance that Opera 11.62 has to offer, and Android users can enjoy the improved performance the final version of Opera Mini 7 for Android has to offer.

Tuesday, March 27, Norwegian developer Opera Software announced that the latest desktop version of its browser, Opera 11.62 codename Wahoo, has been released to the public. After thanking the community for lending a helping hand with the test process of v. 11.62, Opera Software explained that this latest release is a recommended security and stability update.


Opera 11.62 fixes several security vulnerabilities, addresses several crash fixes and high visibility bugs, and it even improves the browser’s performance a bit. Windows users can get Opera 11.62 from FindMySoft here. If you’re interested to find out precisely what new bits and pieces Opera 11.62 brings to the table, check out this change log.

Wednesday, March 28, Norwegian developer Opera Software announced that the final version of Opera Mini 7 for Android has been released to the public. Available for download on m.opera.com or in the Play Store (formerly Android Market), Opera Mini 7 for Android has the following to offer:
  • Improved hardware acceleration brings faster browsing speeds and smoother panning.
  • You can set up as many Speed Dials as you want; you are no longer limited to just seven.
  • Compresses data by up to 90%, making it the perfect travel companion. You browse faster by using less data.
  • Support for even more languages has been added.

“This must-have app is your web surfing soulmate. 160 million monthly users of Opera Mini already know that this must-have app makes web browsing on your phone faster and can help save costs. If you’re watching your mobile data diet, now’s the time to go download the Opera Mini 7 app,” said Opera Software in a press release.

Tags: Opera Software, Opera, Wahoo, Windows, Microsoft, Opera Mini, Android, Play Store, Android Market
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