Opera has rolled out a new beta release of its Opera browser for Android devices, which is now equipped with the new WebKit technology that Mozilla has used to replaced the older Presto code within the Opera browser.
The latest beta version of the Opera browser for Android now includes the same rendering engine as its Google Chrome and Apple Safari browsers, together with a number of new exclusive features.
New features within the Opera browser for Android include an enhanced Speed Dial page for quick access to your most popular Internet destinations, together with features to conserve your data usage and HTML 5support. Opera explains whats new in the Opera browser for Android beta release:
“A completely redesigned browser made just for Android, Opera’s WebKit-based rendering engine offers a whole new level of site compatibility. The native UI also delivers a superior user experience on your smartphone. Be the first of your friends to share a better alternative to the browser that came with your phone.”
You can now download the latest Opera browser for Android beta release from the Google Play Store.