Opera Mini for Android and Bada Devices Out Now

May 7, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

For a while, Samsung’s very own operating system named Bada was thought to be dead. But we are being proven wrong, as it seems like Opera Software has launched the Opera mini for Android and Bada devices.

If you own a Bada device and you want to download the new Opera Mini, you can do so in three ways. One of them is to go to the Samsung apps store and download it.

You can use the PC software named Kies or you can just visit here and download the free app. Do bear in mind that this is only possible for Bada devices v2.0.

The new Opera mini comes with a few cool features, which are really handy for mobile users.

What it does is that it uses its super server to minimize the size of the webpage to a very minimal amount so that you can browse much faster.

This is also good news for pay-per-use internet owners as you don’t have to pay for each and every piece of data on the webpage that you don’t really need.

Vice president for sales and Country Manager for Korea of Opera Software named Erick Lee has been heard saying that the company wants to make Opera mini available everywhere to everyone.

Owners of Android and Bada devices need to download the Opera mini from Samsung Apps as soon as possible, and the company promises that it will be worth it.

If it’s free, then there’s no reason for us to not check it out. What do you say?

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