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Opera Browser

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The Opera browser, now fully functional on your Android device

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Opera Browser is an alternative to the default Android browser, and allows you to quickly browse the Internet without making a large dent on your terminal´s performance.

The browser uses Opera's servers to compress Web pages, and allows you to load them much faster, so you can not only save time, but also money (if you are using 3G browsing).

The browser interface looks great on any Android device, giving it a very sleek and, above all, functional look. In addition, you can easily zoom in by 'pinching the screen' and have multiple touch shortcuts to navigate in a way that is more comfortable than other browsers.

Thanks to the Opera Link service, you can synchronize your bookmarks, shortcuts and general options, and share them with your desktop and mobile terminal, which is useful for users who tend be on the move.

The application comes with automatic support for social networks like Twitter and Facebook. Thanks to this, they will be much faster to use. You may also download any files easily and store them in the terminal memory ready to access from a desktop later.

Opera Browser is a great alternative for browsing the Internet from an Android device, either on a mobile phone or a tablet. It has everything you need and is a joy to use, meaning you do not have to deal with many of the complications that often come hand in hand with mobile browsing.
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