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Opera Mini 4.2 beta launches

Mobile web browser has better YouTube support

Opera has released a beta version of Opera Mini 4.2 - its mobile web browser.

The upgraded mobile browser features a selection of coloured skins that can be applied to browser as well as improved support for YouTube and improvements to Opera Link that now allows users to share notes between their mobile phones and PC as well as their bookmarks and recently-visited websites.

"We constantly focus on developing a faster and more personal browsing experience. Opera Mini 4.2 beta is an update that takes mobile Web browsing to the next level," said Jon von Tetzchner, CEO, Opera.

Opera Mini is available to download for beta testing at www.operamini.com/beta.

According to Opera, Opera Mini is the is the biggest mobile web browser in the world, with more than 20 million unique monthly users. "The number of people using Opera Mini worldwide proves that there is a true revolution going on: people want to access all their favourite websites on the mobile phone they have today," says Jon von Tetzchner, CEO, Opera.

"We constantly focus on developing a faster and more personal browsing experience. Opera Mini 4.2 beta is an update that takes mobile web browsing to the next level."

See also: Opera Mobile 9.5 beta available to public


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