Opera has launched the final version of its mobile phone browser, Opera Mini 4.2.
The mobile phone browser, which was launched in as a beta earlier this month, is the first browser from Opera that has been made available to users of the T-Mobile G1 - the first smartphone that uses Google's Android platform.
"Our support of the Android platform helps fulfill our mission to be available on more platforms, for more devices and reach more users, anywhere in the world," said Jon von Tetzchner, CEO of Opera Software.
Opera Mini 4.2 features an increased skin selection that allows users to personalise the look of the browser. Opera has also made the browser available in 90 different languages and added support for notes, which ensures users can sync notes from a PC with the browser.
Opera Mini 4.2 can be downloaded from Opera's website.
See also: Opera 9.5 review