It was only a month ago that an analytics firm found the stock browser that came with Android was overtaking Opera as the world’s leading mobile web browser. Now Opera take aim at Android in an attempt to regain this lost share with the release of Opera Mini 7 and Opera Mobile 12 in the Google Play Store.
Opera Mini 7 & Opera Mobile 12 for Android hits Google Play Store
The update to the free app brings camera, HTML5 and 3D graphics support, among a host of other new features. Here is Opera’s post explaining what’s new:
For Android we have a product update and a new product release. Launching in its final version today, Opera Mobile 12 will bring more goodies to owners of Android and Symbian smartphones. In the goodie bag for Opera Mobile 12, you’ll find:
WebGL on Android phones, for all things 3D and web. With WebGL on mobile, it’ll be even easier to make games cross platform and to distribute them.
Ragnarök, Opera’s HTML5 parser support, meaning better web apps and increased compatibility with websites. More HTML5 means more advanced web functionality.
Support for camera use in the browser.
More possibilities for customizing the Speed Dial of Opera Mobile, including entering as many Speed Dial entries as you like.
Hit the Play Store a.k.a Android Market to download the new Opera Mini 7 and Opera Mobile 12.