Oupeng Is a Simple, Fast, Data-saving Mobile Browser, Says Opera Software
Article by George Norman
On 09 Aug 2011
First up, the introduction so we’re sure that everyone is on board. Back in March Opera Software, the Norwegian software developer behind the Opera browser, and Telling Telecom, China’s top mobile phone distributor, co-founded a joint venture called nHorizon Innovation (Beijing) Software Ltd. The join venture, explained Opera Software, is committed to offering users a simple, fast and smooth mobile Internet experience. And that pretty much takes care of the introduction.

Let’s move on to the news now. The news is that that the abovementioned nHorizon launched the Oupeng mobile browser as part of its commitment to offer users a comfortable mobile Internet life. Opera Software described Oupeng as an exciting mobile browser that’s simple, fast, and data saving and said that it will offers Chinese mobile phone users a whole new internet experience.

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Here are the other details Opera Software made public about the browser:
- It has a simple and easy to use interface.
- Comes with an embedded social network platform.
- Weibo, the leading micro-blogging service in China, is supported by the browser.
- Opera powers the browsers rendering engine and industry-leading data compression technology. Just like Opera Mini users, Oupeng users can expect to see a 90% drop in data traffic and can expect to see webpages load up to 10 times faster.
- Zooming, full-screen mode, a download manager, and other useful features.
- A vast collection of links to popular websites for books, news, finance, business, photos and more.
- Users have numerous customization options at their disposal.

“Oupeng is a unique browser,” says Song Lin, Country Manager of Opera China and General Manager of nHorizon. “It will bring a new and different browsing experience, fully designed around users and their needs. It will help users enjoy a more comfortable mobile life.”

Additional information on the Oupeng browser is available at oupeng.com(the site is in Chinese).



Tags: Opera Software, nHorizon, Telling Telecom, Oupeng, China
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