Opera Browser Beta for Android Launched With WebKit Rendering Engine

    Opera announced last month, that it would be releasing it's WebKit-based browser soon. The company has now launched the beta version of the of the browser for Android, on Google Play. Apparently the new browser will replace the regulation Opera rendering engine, Presto with WebKit rendering engine, which is said to speed up the browsing process. Similar such, rendering engine is found in Chrome and Android browser. Also, the native UI is said deliver a superior user experience on smartphones

    Opera Browser Beta for Android Launched With WebKit Rendering Engine


    Opera Software EVP of product development Rikard Gillemyr said "There are countless hours that have gone into making this completely new, completely re-thought Opera for Android,"

    "I dare say that many smartphone users spend much more time using their web browser than any other app on their phones. That's why we have made our newest mobile phone browser more elegant and more beautiful than ever, while still packing so much functionality into it. Go ahead - take the Opera beta out for a spin on your Android phone and see for yourself." he added.


    The fast and easy to use browser loads web pages almost instantly, in the right size and format for your smartphone

    Browse at high speed outside 3G coverage with Off-Road Mode

    The discover feature, your very own personal news feed, let's you know what's happening around the world.

    You can set your top sites and bookmarks in the Speed Dial and open them with just a click.

    Start, stop, resume, save and rename the media files, including music, movies and more, with the download manager.

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